- n. Beliefs and practices of a contrarian.
“For theories solid enough to be part of the magisterium, contrarianism is out at the social fringes, as noted.”
“Myles, your contrarianism is sometimes entertaining, but, as was the case with your anti-Leonardo piece a while ago, usually wrong.”
“And anyway, as realclimate. org has painstakingly shown, the real problem with the book is not 'contrarianism' - it's that the factual underpinnings of its 'contrary argument' are easily proven to be wrong.”
“Althouse's law school training and teaching - what some here call contrarianism - with her willingness to question, probe, and play devil's advocate.”
“The other part is her schtick – butt-headed contrarianism which is so easy to pick apart on the surface and which also seems to be coded drum signals for the tribalists.”
“I like your website, but your education thinking is Kaussian contrarianism at its worst. wiley says:”
“The current overall philosophy of the GOP is little more than political contrarianism.”
“The conservative movement has taken their philosophy of political contrarianism to a new low.”
“Journalists need to step up their game, broaden their knowledge base, and research and discern between critical thinking and knee-jerk contrarianism.”
“The people who grade those things are easily impressed by clever contrarianism, I find.”
Looking for tweets for contrarianism.