Refutatory

Re`fut´a`to`ry


a.1.Tending tu refute; refuting.
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In response I wrote a refutatory piece pointing out that this was deception (likely driven by a desire to raise funds): The SPLC's own data showed that such groups had already grown 54 percent during George W.
Worker and community struggles have been stimulated by, and in some cases contributed to, the breakdown of the old refutatory system; but these struggles have remained mostly "populist" and "localist," and thus incapable of countering capital's increasingly broad and deep exploitation of natural and social wealth.
The participants check and decide jointly whether the propositional content and the justificatory or refutatory potential of the argumentation are acceptable.