English words and Examples of Usage
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He grounds this polemic
in a social-realist
critique of relativism, which he associates with lifestyle anarchism as well as postmodernism (to which he claims it is related
To a considerable degree, Lenin's well known polemic
Left-Wing Communism: An infantile
Eventually though, the enormous amount of airtime that the duo (along with those in their
immediate circle) received only served to polarize
And it's great to have a buffer like that because then people don't polarize
against you saying, "It was the pastor who decided, and I don't agree with his decision." Thus, political life is going to polarize
ly and break a tradition of governing with the support of small Centre parties.
g to the company, the ions polarize
plaque fluid to loosen and remove plaque.
A centerpiece of Bush's "compassion
ate conservatism," the initiative managed to polarize
the social policy community while having a negligible impact on falling marriage rates.
"Advertisers do not want anything that could polarize
nce, such as talking politics, talking sexual preference," said Dorfman.
Anti-vaccination groups are vocal and powerful and blanket decrees might polarize
already divisive positions, making vaccines "unnecessarily controversial,” he said.
As a politically active intellect
ual, he tended to polarize
the public, kicking off polemical
debates on german guilt, Nazism and current political topics.
Cut loose from time and circumstance, it can be anything with the power to polarize
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