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We must accept that there will be criticisms on what we do, whether we do right or good.
Interestingly and surprisingly, contemporary Western ethical criticisms have been most recently further promoted, strengthened and enriched by their Chinese counterpart, though its ethical turn has occurred two decades later and ascended against a different background.
Ott (1998) explains that students read recently published criticisms with an eye on phrases and ta g lines that can then be used as a framework to study their artifact.
I am going to address judicial criticism--in particular, unjust criticism--and the legal profession's responsibility to respond to such criticism.
Graff's self-revisionism should at least remind us that the history of criticism is a highly relative matter.
With twenty years distance it is possible to return to the art press of the early '8os and construct a few preliminary profiles--not so much of critics themselves but of their varied and vibrant criticism.
Agostino Nifo (1469/70-1538) continues Pomponazzi's criticism by his own observations of sparrows incorrectly described by Aristotle and by descriptions of pigs and snakes not found in Aristotle's works.
On occasion the reader wishes Doyle might have more fully communicated her ideas within the context of the criticism already out there.
Said, "American 'Left' Literary Criticism," in The World, the Text, and the Critic.
Nevertheless, he said, "we must be clear in saying that criticism of a policy or action of the State of Israel is not a criticism of Judaism, or of the Jewish people.
My wish is that we would have had more than an hour for the panel so that the relations to other criticisms could have been developed or at least alluded to as resources for our goals.
The outcome to this is that it is no wonder that Day should sound as wearied as he does when he develops criticisms of his own (of the theory wars or of audit culture, for example)--all he can say, finally, on a note of weary consolation, is 'But it was ever thus'.
In an effort to overcome the tendency toward isolationism in the practice of biblical criticism, each methodological assessment aims to highlight congruencies or similarities with other criticisms.
Clinton, who has been attacked for her influence over the administration's social policy and for her role in the Whitewater affair, also spoke of the criticisms directed at Roosevelt during her years as first lady.
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