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Verb
/kriˈtēk/,
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critiques, plural;
  1. Evaluate (a theory or practice) in a detailed and analytical way
    • - the authors critique the methods and practices used in the research
Noun
  1. A detailed analysis and assessment of something, esp. a literary, philosophical, or political theory


  1. review: an essay or article that gives a critical evaluation (as of a book or play)
  2. review: appraise critically; "She reviews books for the New York Times"; "Please critique this performance"
  3. criticism: a serious examination and judgment of something; "constructive criticism is always appreciated"
  4. Critique is a method of disciplined, systematic analysis of a written or oral discourse. Critique is an accepted format of written and oral debate. ...
  5. Middle East Critique is a peer reviewed Middle East studies journal published by Routledge for Hamline University. It was published as Critique: Critical Middle Eastern Studies by Carfax Publishing until 2009. It has also been known as Journal of Critical Studies of the Middle East''.
  6. Critique: Journal of Socialist Theory is an independent academic Marxist journal and publication of the Centre for the Study of Socialist Theory and Movements at the University of Glasgow. The journal was inaugurated in May 1973 by South African émigré and founding editor Professor Hillel H. ...
  7. Critique: A worldwide student journal of politics is the online, peer-reviewed, political science journal of Illinois State University's Department of Politics and Government. The journal publishes scholarly papers written by undergraduate and graduate students worldwide. ...
  8. Essay in which another piece of work is criticised, reviewed, etc; To review something
  9. (Critiques) Each student will be required to present the finished project in class and to participate in a formal critique of class work. Make sure that you arrive well before class and have your work prepared and ready for review. No work will be accepted after the critique begins. ...
  10. The process of using description, analysis, interpretation, and judgement to evaluate a work of art.
  11. to use the method of synthesis together with a critical approach to doing philosophy. This term appears in the titles of the three main books in Kant's Critical philosophy, which adopt the theoretical, practical and judicial standpoints, respectively. ...
  12. Meetings of personnel involved in or knowledgeable about an event (either a success or an abnormal event) to document a chronological listing of the facts.
  13. An evaluation of a manuscript, touching on issues such as structure as well as character and plot development.
  14. the production of a critic (professional or otherwise); properly, this is a combination of description and judgment.
  15. will be held on work due dates. The first 10 or so students to hand in their assignments will receive critiques, so get your work in early.
  16. An objective judging, analysis, or evaluation of something. The purpose of critique is the same as the purpose of critical thinking: to appreciate strengths as well as weaknesses, virtues as well as failings. Critical thinkers critique in order to redesign, remodel, and make better.
  17. Opinions and comments based on predetermined criteria that may be used for self-evaluation or the evaluation of the actors or the production itself.
  18. evaluating a piece of art, whether fiber, paint, sculpture or even literature.  In original design, we often need to look with a critical eye, which means to discern what works and what doesn't.  Having a friend or classmate critique your work can help you move forward. ...
  19. a meeting following a competition where judges and coaches have a chance to discuss the performance and results.  Some competitions offer a critique and others do not.
  20. Honest feedback on your work. What did work, what didn't, what we saw and what we didn't see.
  21. (kritik):  1. The theoretical position that indicts the Resolution’s Ideology, Framework, or Language.  Critiques often seek to win the round by exposing some fundamental flaw, or ideologically repulsive assumption of the game or its Resolution. ...
  22. To give constructive feedback or helpful advice on something.
  23. A critical examination, estimate or thorough analysis of a particular piece of artwork or design work.
  24. A critical review or discussion, especially, for our purposes, one dealing with works of art. Often refers to involving a group of art students in a discussion resulting in the assessment of those students' artwork. ...
  25. A formal review of any SAR incident, no matter how large or small.  The critique is a process intended to identify the lessons learned from an exercise or mission and is not for placing blame, pointing the finger or allowing adversaries to embarrass each other.