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the presentation of an argument or arguments

Synonyms for disputation

the formal presentation of a stated proposition and the opposition to it (usually followed by a vote)

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Disputation occurred under the careful direction of doctors of law who were the "sole interpreters" of Islamic law (282).
In a fragment of a journal that he kept on the island of Hydra in 1983, Leonard amusingly recalled a kind of philosophical disputation that resulted from his attempt to write what he called "a metaphysical song.
Rodda, Joshua, Public Religious Disputation in England, 1558-1626 (St Andrews Studies in Reformation History), Farnham, Ashgate, 2014; hardback; pp.
He added: "However you look at its recent actions, it is hard to escape the fact that part of this adventurous agenda is to push the boundaries of equality law to the point that it is beyond disputation that what they call gay rights trumps freedom of conscience.
It was standard premodern practice to overcome such differences with a formal disputation.
These include the Disputation Quadrille, the Congenial Hearts Mazurka and Spanish Waltz.
Moreover, it's a subject inviting polemical disputation.
But the question persisted; and, in 1571, it became a primary point of discussion at a disputation in Frankenthal.
Concentrate on the youngsters MUCH mighty speech-making there has been both in and out of Parliament concerning accusations of Islamist inltration and control of Birmingham schools and much wrathful disputation (just look at the undignied spat between Home Secretary eresa May and the Education Secretary Michael Gove) about apportioning blame and how the situation shall be put right.
Discussion of the Heidelberg Disputation often gravitates to theses 19-21 regarding what constitutes a "theologian of the cross," or one who comprehends "God hidden in suffering.
The time lag in securing no objection certificates (NOCs) from government agencies has been a bone of disputation for most developers in Navi Mumbai.
Debate, division, disputation and confusion favor them.
The story is set with the backdrop of industrial disputation in Queensland with the ARU locked in a bitter dispute with the Queensland Labor Government as well as sections of the ALP.
Novikoff argues that Scholasticism and its formal debate technique, disputation, were crucial to the Western intellectual tradition.
Because (oblique) reference to this disputation can be found in the McKay biographies by Tillery and Cooper, we shall not claim these forgotten texts as "discoveries.