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Definitions of polemic in various dictionaries:
noun - a writer who argues in opposition to others (especially in theology)
noun - a controversy (especially over a belief or dogma)
adj - of or involving dispute or controversy
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|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|another term for|
|a strong verbal or written attack on someone or something.|
|a piece of writing or a speech in which a person strongly attacks or defends a particular opinion, person, idea, or set of beliefs:|
|a piece of writing or a speech in which a person argues forcefully for or against someone or something|
|A controversial argument, especially one refuting or attacking a specific opinion or doctrine.|
|A person engaged in or inclined to controversy, argument, or refutation.|
|Of or relating to a controversy, argument, or refutation.|
|a controversy (especially over a belief or dogma)|
|a writer who argues in opposition to others (especially in theology)|
|of or involving dispute or controversy|
|A polemic () is contentious rhetoric that is intended to support a specific position by aggressive claims and undermining of the opposing position. Polemics are mostly seen in arguments about controversial topics. The practice of such argumentation is called polemics. A person who often writes polemics, or who speaks polemically, is called a polemicist. The word is derived from Greek (polemikos), meaning 'warlike, hostile', from (polemos), meaning 'war'.Polemics often concern issues in religion or politics. A polemic style of writing was common in Ancient Greece, as in the writings of the historian Polybius. Polemic again became common in medieval and early modern times. Since then, famous polemicists have included the satirist Jonathan Swift, Christian anarchist Leo Tolstoy, the socialist philosophers Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, the novelist George Orwell, the psycholinguist Noam Chomsky, the social critic Christopher Hitchens, the existential philosopher Søren Kierkegaard,|