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po·lem·ics (p -l m ks). n. (used with a sing.

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The Tibet-China Conflict: History and Polemics
Policy Studies 7. The Tibet-China Conflict: History and Polemics. Elliot Sperling.
The Talmud in Anti-Semitic Polemics
Talmud tracts were originally developed in the Middle Ages as Christian polemics against Judaism, but today they emanate from a variety of.
The Eichmann Polemics: Hannah Arendt and Her Critics
141 |. The Eichmann Polemics: Hannah Arendt and Her Critics. Michael Ezra.
The Klein Doctrine: The Rise of Disaster Polemics
May 14, 2008 The Rise of Disaster Polemics by Johan Norberg.
6 are made up of anti-Christian polemics written chiefly from the point of view of. Confucianism, but also frequently defending Chinese attitudes as a whole.

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How will the military stage a coup?
And he never engaged in controversial polemics. He frequently made it clear that he was sensitive about sticking to the rule of law. He was an appropriate leader for an army that was withdrawing from politics to their barracks.
Experiencing Jerusalem through fresh eyes
Obsessed by Realpolitik, the peace process, internecine and ultimately unproductive Jewish political polemics, philanthropic hype, or just plain business concerns, we lose sight of Israel's true significance.
Old Globe successfully engages the unbendable will of George Bernard Shaw
By David L. Coddon We have George Bernard Shaw himself to thank for his thundering polemics; his fierce turns of phrase in drama, fiction and in public life; and for his sheer eloquence of character.
Let rule of law prevail in 'Poleteismo' controversy
But the polemics that have engulfed the exhibit dissolve into a singular governance issue that renders all other arguments subordinate. Was the exhibit, in fact, a criminal offense under the law?
Reproducing uncertainties

Suggested Web Resources

Polemic - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A polemic is a variety of arguments or controversies made against one opinion, doctrine, or person. Other variations of argument are debate and discussion.
Polemic - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster
Polemics | Define Polemics at
the art or practice of disputation or controversy: a master of polemics. 2.
polemics - definition of polemics by the Free Online Dictionary
n. (used with a sing. or pl.
Michel Foucault, interview: Polemics, Politics and Problematizations
The polemicist , on the other hand, proceeds encased in privileges that he possesses in advance and will never agree to question.

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