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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of polemicize.

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  • Given the controversies surrounding the topic, we might have expected at least a polemical account that sought to combat assumptions others had about them and their origins, much as the author of some of the Genesis material polemicizes against the idea that the sun, moon and stars are deities.

    Genesis: The Missing Chapters

  • Given the controversies surrounding the topic, we might have expected at least a polemical account that sought to combat assumptions others had about them and their origins, much as the author of some of the Genesis material polemicizes against the idea that the sun, moon and stars are deities.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • As Kocik polemicizes throughout much of his recent writing on the English language's evolution in relation to American democracy:

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  • He polemicizes against the view that the heavens consist of fire (in Meteor. 17,1 “ 18,30), and in no way qualifies, hides, or denies the fact (scandalous to Christians) that Aristotle thought the universe, and time, to be eternal (in Meteor. 8,8f; 123,24f).

    Olympiodorus

  • Contradiction and Overdetermination "- where he polemicizes specifically against a mechanical materialist view that the base somehow crudely or directly calls the shots.

    Kasama

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