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Spanish translation of “polemic”

polemic

noun /pəˈlemik/
(formal) a written or spoken statement that argues strongly for or against someone or something
Polemico
Here Nietzsche starts his polemic against Hegel’s philosophy of history.
(also polemics) (formal) the practice of making written or spoken statements that argue strongly for or against someone or something
Polemico
All too often debates about globalization – and about whether it implies the end of the nation-state – have descended into polemics and confusion.
(Definition of polemic from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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