Examples of polemical in a Sentence
during the Middle Ages even theologians could be surprisingly polemical in their writings
an unnecessarily polemical look at the supposed incompatibility between science and religion
Recent Examples of polemical from the Web
Hazanavicius begins his film as Godard’s playful, polemical pastiche of dialectical discussion and mock agit-prop theatrics opens with a thud at the Avignon Film Festival.
Still, the book offers a useful polemical corrective to the dominant model of neurostorytelling.
The modern insanity defense has long been polemical, and the legal standards vary from state to state.
The tone often shifts between intelligent but polemical journalism and metaphysical reflection.
This polemical history argues that the U.S. military’s role in the development of the Internet indelibly shaped the system into a powerful tool of government surveillance.
With Kyle Duncan's polemical nomination to the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans parked in the Senate, left-wing groups are steering a late effort to wreck his confirmation to the bench.
Like other polemical styles—calls to arms, exploratory essays, screeds—trolling can even be put to good purpose, as in periods of depression and apathy, or when readers need to be viscerally provoked.
The tables are stacked, almost like a bookstore, with multiple copies of polemical works mostly aimed at the Clintons.
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