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İngilizce - Türkçe
eleştiri yazısı
{i} eleştiri

Onun eleştirisi tamamen uygunsuzdu. - Her critique was totally inappropriate.

Eleştirilere katlanmayacağım. - I won't abide critiques.

(Askeri) TENKİT, KRİTİK: Kusur ve başarıları belirtmek üzere bir askeri tatbikat veya harekatın müzakere ve tenkidi
critique age
critique de la mussique
(Muzik) müzik eleştirisi
superior critique
üst eleştiri
theatre critique
(Tiyatro) tiyatro eleştirisi
İngilizce - İngilizce
Essay in which another piece of work is criticised, reviewed, etc
To review something

I want you to critique this new idea of mine.

a criticism or critical review
{n} the act of criticising, a criticism
appraise critically; "She reviews books for the New York Times"; "Please critique this performance"
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 The purpose of Critical philosophy is to prepare a secure foundation for metaphysics (Cf metaphysics )
A critic; one who criticises
The art of criticism
A thoughtful, usually written evaluation of a manuscript, concentrating on problems of structure, tone, characterization, and the like
Honest feedback on your work What did work, what didn't, what we saw and what we didn't see
a formal analysis of a work, as in: Please send your request for a site review to the HWG critique mailing list
An act of criticizing (describing, analyzing, synthesizing, and evaluating) or reviewing
an essay or article that gives a critical evaluation (as of a book or play)
an essay or article in criticism of a literary work, a review
A critique is a written examination and judgment of a situation or of a person's work or ideas. She had brought a book, a feminist critique of Victorian lady novelists. a detailed explanation of the problems of something such as a set of political ideas evaluation critique of (kritike , from kritikos; CRITIC). to say how good or bad a book, play, painting, or set of ideas is evaluate
A written response to a student writing which comments on the writing's effectiveness in terms of focus, organization, purpose, editing, and which responses to the writing's content By the end of semester you should have written at least 10 critiques for other people (keep a copy in YOUR portfolio) and should have collected at least 10 critiques from other students concerning your writings These will be done in class on workshop days
a serious examination and judgment of something; "constructive criticism is always appreciated"
{i} review, criticism, critical analysis
Kant introduced the term for the critical examination of reason by itself Later European philosophers have pursued a method of critique, but some have relinquished Kant's commitment to reason as the key element of their reflective method
One-one-one or group constructive feedback session in the form of a collaborative analysis of a design or issue integrated with brainstorming alternate solutions
" A critic; one who criticises
Constructive criticism of the effectiveness of the work or the appropriateness of the choices made by the creator or performer
A critical examination or estimate of a work of literature or art; a critical dissertation or essay; a careful and thorough analysis of any subject; a criticism; as, Kant's "Critique of Pure Reason
To criticise or pass judgment upon
design critique
A formal discussion of the good and bad points of a particular design
immanent critique
The criticism of a philosophy using its own standpoint
transcendental critique
A criticism of a philosophy from a a religious (or transcendent) standpoint
past of critique
plural of critique
present participle of critique



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    compliment, praise


    /krəˈtēk/ /krəˈtiːk/


    [ kr&-'tEk, kri- ] (noun.) 1702. From French critique New Latin critica (“critique”), feminine of criticus (“critical”); see critic. But this Latin word comes from the Greek: Krinô, first meaning: to separate, put asunder, distinguish, this all in order to be able (second or third meaning) to judge something fairly. (See external link) The most prominent philosopher of the Enlightenment, Immanuel Kant used the word in this original Greek meaning when he wrote his three "Critiques" (The critique of pure reason, the critique of praktical reason and the critique of judgement), there he criticises (meaning: analyses, putting things asunder etc.) those three modi of the human mind.


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