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critique

a critical essay or commentary, esp on artistic work
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This spring and summer, Side Street Studio Arts is providing monthly critique nights for artists to share their current works in progress or finalized pieces.
I finally got around to reading (and rereading) your critique of libertarianism ["Libertarianism vs.
La premiere porte sur les productions critiques (ecrites et visuelles), la seconde sur la carriere et la production de sept critiques particuliers.
The point of these brief (and necessarily reductive) remarks is not to diminish the critical work done by recent theory, nor to devalue the very significant critiques developed by different social movements over this period.
The third section develops the relationship among immanent, transcendental, minimalist and diagnostic critiques to establish that Marx's critique of capitalism is neither transcendental nor minimalist nor diagnostic.
Tired of hearing grumbling and moaning when it is time for critiques? Have you had to "pull teeth" to get students d to participate?
“When Momcomm began, I started offering free blog critiques where I critique a blog in exchange for the critique being public for others to learn from,” said Momcomm owner Melissa Culbertson.
Supreme Critiques: Members of the University of Florida Levin College of Law Florida Moot Court Team showcased their oral advocacy skills to a panel of uniquely qualified judges--UF Law alumni who have served as chief justices of the Florida Supreme Court.
The switch to YouTube led to more concise descriptions and detailed critiques than students had provided in the past.