Thesaurus / disputant

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The disputant must acquire promptitude in the employment of them.

AristotleGeorge Grote

Ramus was not the only disputant persecuted for these grave absurdities.

A Philosophical Dictionary, Volume 10 (of 10)Franois-Marie Arouet (AKA Voltaire)

That type of disputant is still with us, and is still supporting his beliefs with the same tactics.

Theism or AtheismChapman Cohen

Like Socrates, he used all the sharp arts of a disputant in the interests of common sense and of an almost archaic dogmatism.

Winds Of DoctrineGeorge Santayana

As for the disputant who had stirred up the monster, his situation was as unenviable as it was comic to the bystanders.

The BibliotaphLeon H. Vincent

But the most distinguishing characteristic of him is, that he is a disputant, and higgles over an argument.

SophistPlato

More interesting than itself are eleven pieces of congratulatory Latin verse prefixed to it by college friends of the disputant.

But, it is asked by the disputant, If we had followed her exclusively, how far should we have travelled from our starting-point?

His opponents say that he is too much of a poet to be a critic; he is certainly too much of a poet to be a disputant.

The disputant says, "Fire must be non-hot because it is artificial."

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