Devil's advocate (disambiguation)
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Devil's advocate is someone who takes a position they do not necessarily agree with for the sake of debate or to explore the thought further.
Devil's Advocate may also refer to:
- The Devil's Advocate (Neiderman novel), a 1990 novel by Andrew Neiderman
- The Devil's Advocate, a 1952 novel by Taylor Caldwell
- The Devil's Advocate (West novel), a 1959 novel by Morris West
- The Devil's Advocate (1977 film), a West German film adaptation of the Morris West novel; original title "Des Teufels Advokat" but shot in English
- Devil's Advocate, a 2000 biography by John Humphrys
- The Joker: Devil's Advocate, a 1996 comic book written by Chuck Dixon and drawn by Graham Nolan
- Devil's Advocate, a 1928 book by James George Frazer
- John Mortimer: The Devil's Advocate - The Unauthorised Biography, a 2005 biography by Graham Lord
- Giovanni Di Stefano (born 1955), British-Italian faux lawyer, has been nicknamed "The Devil's Advocate" for his involvement in high-profile criminal cases
- Jacques Vergès (1925–2013), French attorney most famous for representing Klaus Barbie, "the Butcher of Lyon"
In television and film
- The Devil's Advocate (1997 film), a 1997 film, based on the Neiderman novel, starring Keanu Reeves and Al Pacino
- Devil's Advocate (TV series), a Dutch reality television series
- Devil's Advocate, a fictional pinball game appearing in "Insane Clown Poppy", an episode of The Simpsons
- The Devil's Advocates, a fictional motorcycle gang appearing in the film Nam's Angels
- "The Devil's Advocate", a 2013 song by Christopher Lee, on Charlemagne: The Omens of Death
- The Advocate's Devil, a 1994 novel by Alan Dershowitz
- A Devil's Chaplain, a book of writings by Richard Dawkins
- Robert Taylor (Radical), a man known as "The Devil's Chaplain"
- The Devil's Chaplain, a 1929 film featuring Boris Karloff
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