Critics hardly do better.
“Critics say I can’t sing.
Not all of the critics considered are pessimists.
Some critics believe that it was written solely by Joseph Smith.
This is not the kind of error that the critics are alleging in the study.
Capitalist growth is not, however, regarded as an unalloyed benefit by its critics.
The Critics’ Choice Awards show, broadcast by the CW, typically takes place in January.
No doubt there will be critics of democracy for as long as democratic governments exist.
This isn't the first time King has praised something that critics didn't particularly care for.
Others say the clock is not scientific, while some critics question the Bulletin's authority on policy solutions.
By and large, critics were impressed by the film's gritty cinematography and Phoenix's immersive approach to the role.
The revised budget target, while not unexpected, would appear to vindicate some critics of I.M.F. bailout programs for troubled Asian countries.
Finally, in a delicious irony, you accuse Mr Modi of “controlling and bullying critics”, while basing your entire tirade against him on the commentaries by those same critics.
“It’s very hard for them to agree with Trump’s critics, because some of the spirit of what those critics are saying is also the spirit of what critics said about their man.
In the course of our discussion, we began to see elements of the view that liberal critics of the standard view—critics such as Christopher Eberle, Philip Quinn, Jeffrey Stout, and Nicholas Wolterstorff—endorse.
The case that Hume’s critics are ideal critics who never disagree is made by Shelley (1994, 2003) and Costelloe (2007, pp. 17–18), and disputed in various ways by Guyer (2005), Ross (2008), Galgut (2012), and Durà-Vilà (2015).
The drama currently has a critical rating of 74% on Rotten Tomatoes, and although it has its fair share of positive reviews, it failed to win critics over entirely and some critics couldn't look past Clint Eastwood's sleepy direction and slanted messaging.
Some critics believe that virtually all moral or political questions depend, to a certain extent, on truths about personhood, metaphysics, or human flourishing, and so these critics are likely to see the charge of incompleteness as a deep and pervasive problem for public reason.
Chicago critics, also called the Chicago school, group of pluralist, essentially formalist American literary critics—including Richard McKeon, Elder Olson, Ronald Salmon Crane, Bernard Weinberg, and Norman Maclean—who exerted a significant influence on the development of American criticism during the second half of the 20th century.
Caro, often credited with reinventing the art of political biography, won numerous awards, including a National Book Critics Circle Award (1982) for The Path to Power, a National Book Critics Circle Award (1990) for Means of Ascent, a National Book Award (2002) and Pulitzer Prize (2003) for Master of the Senate, the National Humanities Medal (2009), and a National Book Critics Circle Award (2012) for The Passage of Power.
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Caro often credited with reinventing the art of political biography won numerous awards including a National Book Critics Circle Award 1982 for The Path to Power a National Book Critics Circle Award 1990 for Means of Ascent a National Book Award 2002 and Pulitzer Prize 2003 for Master of the Senate the National Humanities Medal 2009 and a National Book Critics Circle Award 2012 for The Passage of Power