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The allusion is polemical to the vaunted progress of the Gnostic teachers.
It is the undue humility of some and the arrogance and polemical tendency of others that prevent good general conversation.
CONVERSATIONMARY GREER CONKLIN
Buchanan was the friend and adviser of Mary's enemies, and his references to her are polemical, not historical.
That is to say, their true metaphysical function is not dogmatic, but polemical.
There are other lessons of abiding practical importance to be drawn from the polemical elements in St. John's Epistle.
Polemical writings are, as a rule, only thoroughly understood if one reads both sides of the question.
These polemical works did not prove of far-reaching importance; at any rate, their effect was not what their authors had expected.
Without pretending a polemical interest in this war, I have candidly to state that it looks to me like both engines in the ditch.
THE DEBATABLE LANDARTHUR COLTON
He declined the task as too long and polemical for an article in a journal, but he stated his views in general terms.
How could any true epic come out of that age, or find fountains in that critical, realistic, and polemical soul?
VOLTAIREJOHN MORLEY

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