Meaning of illusoriness in English:

illusoriness

Pronunciation /ɪˈluːs(ə)rɪnəs/

noun

See illusory

‘Such promptings and the resulting grave thoughts deprive ‘home country’ of all meaning, a fact reflective of its illusoriness as a concept.’
  • ‘He always defended human culture, even as he acknowledged its transience and illusoriness.’
  • ‘By analyzing the structure of signification, Lacan demonstrates the illusoriness of such a ‘phantasm.’’
  • ‘What I'm saying is that those who are socially allowed a self are also allowed the luxury of postulating its illusoriness and having that called a philosophical position.’
  • ‘Its illusoriness is what makes him say that organisms are only ‘cobbled together’.’