A quality of printed materials, utilizing the basic premise that printed text remains fixed or unchanging.
See Implications of a Print Culture for more information.

Fix"i*ty (?), n. [Cf. F. fixit'e.]


Fixedness; as, fixity of tenure; also, that which is fixed.


Coherence of parts.

Sir I. Newton.


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