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  • noun Beliefs and practices of a contrarian.

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Examples

  • For theories solid enough to be part of the magisterium, contrarianism is out at the social fringes, as noted.

    Consensus: the "refuge of scoundrels"

  • Myles, your contrarianism is sometimes entertaining, but, as was the case with your anti-Leonardo piece a while ago, usually wrong.

    Matthew Yglesias » Evan Bayh to Retire

  • 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.

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

    Discover Blogs

  • 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.

    Discover Blogs

  • 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.

    Discover Blogs

  • 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.

    Discover Blogs

  • Althouse's law school training and teaching - what some here call contrarianism - with her willingness to question, probe, and play devil's advocate.

    Finally, an answer to the single most important question about this blog!

  • 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.

    Matthew Yglesias » Health Care Paranoia

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