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- noun One who or that which refutes.
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- noun One who, or that which, refutes.
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- noun person who
refuteswith an argument or example
- noun an argument or example that
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- noun a debater who refutes or disproves by offering contrary evidence or argument
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Finally, if ID claims are refuted point-by-point, Dembski calls the refuter an “Internet stalker” or “inhabiting a fantasy life” or “obsessive”.
In the words of Christopher Phelps, Bourne was an "elegant refuter of ‘pragmatic’ pretensions in those who believed that the state, even in a time of unleashed militarism, could be tamed simply by their own moral presence in the corridors of power."
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And it rarely happened that I left Errol without another tormentor of the Jews to add to my jest book of hell-hounds—Alexander Ratcliffe, leader of the Scottish Protestant Party, early refuter of the Holocaust, and not averse to posing in Nazi regalia; Austin J.
He certainly did not say the last two sentences to me and has added these to his blog to embellish himself as the bold refuter of creationist nonsense.
Tertullian means us to understand that Praxeas came to Carthage, and he explains the nameless refuter of Praxeas to be, not Tertullian himself, but Hippolytus.
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Apparently Mr. Dresner is a careless reader or a devotee of the old trick of refuting an argument not made by an author but by the refuter, who has put it in the author’s mouth.
"Well, well, my fair refuter," said the parson, who really feared his wife would rivet her affections on the young orphan if adopted; "you know it would never do to keep that little fellow with us.
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