Meaning of virtuality in English:

virtuality

Pronunciation /vəːtʃʊˈalɪti/ /vəːtjʊˈalɪti/

noun

See virtual

‘Letting go is an interesting gesture, because in fact it's almost like invoking the virtuality of the self, just putting it spontaneously on the table.’
  • ‘What's important here is that this virtuality had actual consequences: it erased particular histories and experiences.’
  • ‘So should we expect reality and virtuality to diverge?’
  • ‘The issue doesn't strike me as being one of virtuality versus materiality.’
  • ‘Instead, we believe that actions can begin, unfold and conclude entirely online, and that virtuality has its own set of ethics and value systems that do not correspond to the rest of reality.’