Interreligious Encounters in Polemics
Between Christians, Jews, and Muslims in Iberia and Beyond
3)., we want to advance the claim that in the contemporary Turkish press, critique survives as polemic
. This survival, however, undermines rather than realizes the capacities of reason to the extent that every sense of public criticism is co-opted by the publicity of polemic
The first strong response to Kylycdaroy-lu's words about the "parody of a dictator" came from the justice minister, though; he slammed the CHP leader for being responsible for the "loss of class" in society when it comes to "morality, social values and decency." This particular round of polemics
-- weighed in on by the entire cadre of AKP spokespeople, who were universal in their support for the president -- peaked when Erdoy-an targeted Kylycdaroy-lu as an "immoral, loathsome outcast." All of which means that Kylycdaroy-lu's words today are bound to keep this polemic
While the earlier book concentrated on polemic
in medieval texts, this volume extends the enquiry into the early modern period.
He does the public a great disservice by being long on rhetoric and polemic
but short on specifics.
constructs a narrative of the polemic
and its various stages up to the condemnation of laxism in 1700 by the General Assembly of the French Clergy.
Separately, the Foreign Ministry here rejected "a polemic
" engendered by Israeli criticism of France's Consul General in Jerusalem, Frederic Desgneaux, who was attacked for remarks concerning the archaeology and historic make-up of the region.
MUSCAT: In a closely-contested debate, Indian School Muscat represented by Jamshed Patwa and Nishigandha Kelkar emerged champions of the Ambassador's Polemic
Challenge 2011- 2012 and lifted the coveted trophy.
Gendering Disgust in Medieval Religious Polemic
. By Alexandra Cuffel.
Edmondo Lupieri reads the Apocalypse as a polemic
between Jewish groups, especially in light of Qumran.
: Religion, Print, and Literary Culture in Early Modern England
is a learned and far-ranging study that considers how interrelations between religious polemic
and emerging print culture of the late Elizabethan and Stuart (pre-Restoration) periods shaped a variety of literary genres and rhetorical perspectives.
Snopes.com analysts refer to a widely circulated anti-Obama publication as "the polemic