controversialism


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controversialism

the relation to controversy or to a subject of controversy. — controversialist, n.
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2 (Spring 1976): 3-25; "Party Politics and Religious Controversialism in Prince Edward Island from 1860 to 1863," Acadiensis, 7, no.
This is destructive and loudly clamouring scepticism born of vested interest, nimbyism, publicity seeking, controversialism, or sheer blinkered dogmatic political bloody-mindedness" - Energy Secretary Ed Davey attacks climate change sceptics.
This is destructive and loudly clamouring scepticism born of vested interest, nimbyism, publicity seeking, controversialism or sheer blinkered dogmatic political bloody-mindedness" - Energy Secretary Ed Davey attacks climate change sceptics.
This dramatic claim--typical of the controversialism courted by O'Faolain--comes in the first of Vive Moi
But they are being denied that right and that's what this unholy controversialism is all about.
Robertson, "The Bible Question in Prince Edward Island from 1856 to 1860," 22; Robertson, "Party Politics and Religious Controversialism in Prince Edward Island from 1860 to 1863," 55; O'Grady, Exiles and Islanders, 177-179.