The art of criticism.
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."
A critic; one who criticises.
To criticise or pass judgment upon.
Critical analysis of a work of art. At most art schools regularly scheduled critiques are held during which students present their recent works for discussion/analysis/criticism by other students and faculty.
Constructive criticism (describing, analyzing, synthesizing, and evaluating) or reviewing.
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.
Honest feedback on your work. What did work, what didn't, what we saw and what we didn't see.
a formal analysis that has been produced by careful, thoughtful examination and judgement of a situation or of a person's work or ideas
A positive or negative evaluation.
To review, analyze, and discuss works of art.
an essay or article that gives a critical evaluation (as of a book or play)
a serious examination and judgment of something; "constructive criticism is always appreciated"
appraise critically; "She reviews books for the New York Times"; "Please critique this performance"
a critical analysis of the article
a critical observation/comment that expresses how you view a photograph
a critical review of an exercise held in the form of a conference
a detailed analysis of a manuscript that looks at your grammar, spelling, style, and overall structure
a formalized, critical reading of a passage
a more useful mode of criticism
an analysis of a written text based on evidence, which is extracted from the document itself
an analysis of sorts
an evaluation of your work by a person who, through experience and knowledge of the marketplace, has acquired expertise to judge it objectively
a summary of a paper and a discussion of your reactions to it, like a movie or book review
a summary of a paper and a discussion of your thoughts about it, like a movie or book review
The formal process through which work is presented by the student for feedback and evaluation (either via one's peer group or with nominated assessors from the School of Art).
Constructive criticism of the effectiveness of the work or the appropriateness of the choices made by the creator or performer.
An evaluation of a manuscript, touching on issues such as structure as well as character and plot development.
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.)
an essay or article in criticism of a literary work, a review.
(criticism) a critical analysis of a literary work.
Constructive criticism. This is usually a type of training session after an emergency incident or practical training session where rescue workers go over their efforts and see the things that they did well and how they could improve the things they didn't do so well.
The root word is Greek: kritos = a judge. For organizations, the term means the evaluation or appraisal of the performance of autonomous sub-units against a variety of criteria. Critique includes audit, financial analysis, social and environmental accountability. It requires clearly-defined criteria and regular review. Section 4.6
Written evaluation primary, secondary, and tertiary reviewers prepare before an initial peer review meeting and present to a scientific review group at the meeting. It recommends a priority score (or not recommended for further consideration) and addresses the requested budget, initial peer review criteria, progress made (for a renewal), and responses to the critique from a previous review (for an amended application).
A thoughtful, usually written evaluation of a manuscript, concentrating on problems of structure, tone, characterization, and the like.
(manuscript critique) an editorial assessment of a manuscript. It includes an analysis of the strengths and weaknesses of the story, including pacing, writing style, voice, internal and external conflict, characterization, and romance. As each critique is personal, one critique may focus more on pacing, while another critique may focus more on characterization. A manuscript critique can be used as a learning tool by an author looking to hone his or her writing skills.
Opinions and comments based on predetermined criteria that may be used for self-evaluation or the evaluation of the actors or the production itself.
Constructive analysis of the effectiveness of a work or the appropriateness of the choices made by the creator or performer, based on established criteria appropriate for the context (e.g., students' work or professional work; polished performance or work-in-progress).
A structured, critical review of a work. A good critique should be considered constructive and neutral to encouraging in tone, intended to assist in advancing the work of the artist. See The Critique Center.
A critical examination, estimate or thorough analysis of a particular piece of artwork or design work. Take a look at our logo evaluation service to see how we can critique your current logo design.
Critique (founded 1973, ed. Hillel Ticktin) is an independent Marxist journal, focused on the analysis of contemporary global society. Initially founded as an explicitly anti-Soviet publication, since the collapse of Communism it has become a more general journal.