denialist


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denialist

(dɪˈnaɪəlɪst)
n
a person who refuses to accept something that is regarded as an established fact: a Holocaust denialist.
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new treaty You wouldn't learn that listening to prominent headbanger denialist Tories who accuse the EU of imposing punishment tariffs on Britain.
The case for it: Trump's call for some of that "good old global warming" because it's cold outside reflects the views (or as some might prefer to call it - idiocy) of many a climate-change denialist.
The apartheid era and Steve Biko: In this first example, the submerging of clinicians' narratives required the irrational component of white supremacy as an ingredient, with the official and public approach acquiring a specific denialist and delusional quality.
which far from challenging Lawson's misinformation, endorses the central denialist myth, namely that the science is divided.
Only such a counterintuitive anthropomorphization of nature can invert both the modern economic and denialist approaches to nature by obliging us to protect the limited resources of a fragile nature upon which we depend for our survival.
Mark and his colleague John Moore subsequently wrote that the number of people living with HIV in South Africa was 25% higher than would otherwise have been the case because of that country's denialist policies.
Trump Picks Scott Pruitt, Climate Change Denialist, to Lead E.
Once a staunch climate change denialist, the two-time Republican congressman and farmer from South Carolina reversed his position on the matter after a nudge from his children spurred him to visit the Antarctic in 2006 and examine the scientific evidence for himself.
The denialist prose that consists of three wizened arguments, which amount to upheaval, collaboration with the enemy and victimization -- it is the Armenians who killed us -- will continue to be parroted in a series of conferences.
Plot enthusiasts would better spend their time looking into the small number of fossil fuel companies that pour money into the denialist industry, and at the politicians who, tragically, accept that money.
Finally, he tackles the denialist arguments and explains the problems with both the premises upon which they are built and their conclusions.
Hence, the book also intervenes in contemporary political campaigns of misinformation and denialist nonsense (226-28).