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critique

a critical essay or commentary, esp on artistic work
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Au Maroc, la critique a omis dans la majorite des situations, de parler et d'assumer sa responsabilite.
This success constitutes a significant issue for contemporary theory given neoliberalism's echoing of the critique of universalism in order to attack public provision, the rule of law, and universal access, and its ability to respond to and even mobilize the language of 'anti-essentialism.
The critique stays positive, and the class can look through the worksheet findings on their project at a later date to get suggestions for their future work.
The DIY Blog Critique eBook is a 58-page guide that walks readers through a 43-point critique covering prepwork, design, navigation/functionality and content.
In Critique of Intelligent Design, the reader is led on a path of discovery on the "evolution" of the materialist critique--the explanation of the world in terms of itself--from antiquity to the present through engaging in the works of Socrates, Plato, Aristotle, Epicurus, Lucretius, Francis Bacon, Isaac Newton, David Hume, William Paley, Charles Darwin, Karl Marx, Sigmund Freud, Stephen Jay Gould, and numerous others (including modern-day advocates of intelligent design).
Yet I remained nervous even after meeting my cordial and armed critique team leader outside of the Hotel Intercontinental, awaiting a bus.
For now, I will simply observe that in their critiques of Yoder's position, neither Cartwright nor Ochs present extended reflections on what "responsibility" for the land would mean in concrete terms or what a "middle ground" between nationalist sovereignty and diaspora would look like.
Educational Sessions Tug of War Over A Limited Resource PLC Critique Contest and Awards Presentation
But Smith himself turns for many of his arguments to the work of thoughtful French intellectuals: Jean-Paul Fitoussi, for example, who collaborated with Pierre Rosanvallon in writing a trenchant critique, Le nouvel age des inegalites, in 1996, or Colette Bec, whose work, L'assistance en democratie (1998) dissects the complex legislative process whereby the founding assumptions of the French welfare state came to grief.
The foundation of this collaborative community is comprised of threaded discussions, peer critiques, and group projects.
Such collaboration with industry, now the calling card of many a contemporary artist, neutralized Arman's focus on its waste, situating him as a primary beneficiary of a phenomenon he claimed to critique.
We also critique student work so that they can recognize their strengths and weaknesses.