Definición de eristic en inglés:

eristic

Saltos de línea: eris¦tic
Pronunciación: /ɛˈrɪstɪk
 
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formal

adjetivo

1Of or characterized by debate or argument.
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  • While most of this dialogue is given over to Euthydemus’ and Dionysiodorus' eristic display, there are two Socratic interludes.
  • In the early history of television, program producers could afford an eristic assumption that they were message purveyors to a receiver-only audience.
  • According to Schopenhauer Eristic Dialectic is mainly concerned to tabulate and analyse dishonest stratagems, in order that in a real debate they may be at once recognised and defeated.
1.1(Of an argument or arguer) aiming at winning rather than at reaching the truth.
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  • In Eric Ambler's prewar thrillers, the interest (in Auden's words) is ‘the ethical and eristic conflict between good and evil, between Us and Them.’
  • The squaring of the circle by means of lunes is not eristic, but the quadrature of Bryson is eristic.
  • Eristic dialogue is arguing for the sake of conflict, fighting, and often to see who can yell the loudest.

sustantivo

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1A person given to debate or argument.
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  • Moreover, we know by the evidence of Sokrates himself, that he was an Eristic not only by taste, but on principle, and by a sense of duty.
  • An ancient comic writer has said of him: Eubulides the Eristic, who proposed sophistic dilemmas and confounded the orators with false and pompous arguments, is gone with the vulgar and useless chatter of Demosthenes.
1.1 [mass noun] The art or practice of debate or argument.
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  • Arthur Schopenhauer once wrote a marvelously cynical manual of eristics called The Art of Always Being Right.
  • In the dialogue Euthydemus, Plato satirizes eristic.
  • It has now fallen to the level of Eristics, in which the winner of a debate is the one who shouts the loudest and has the best arsenal of insults.

Origen

mid 17th century: from Greek eristikos, from erizein 'to wrangle', from eris 'strife'.

Derivativos

eristically

adverbio
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  • If we'd been crafting the performance/presentation this week, I'd have been thinking more eristically.
  • It seems you are going against scholarly consensus in belittling the importance of the decree only because you must do so eristically and strategically to downplay the timing of the annuity.

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