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Critique By Daniel I. Russell
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Sandy Devanche considers himself to be a five star gentleman, although he never gives more than three. As the harshest food critic in the business, he is feared and respected by the top chefs of... More > the city. On a standard assignment, Sandy visits the experimental restaurant The House of Jacob, run by chef extraordinaire, Jacob Enfer. What Sandy will experience is a journey beyond flavour and texture, a meal that will change his very existence. The worst thing about the food here is the person eating it. Critique. It's here to make your life better… or much, much worse.< Less
The Critique of Judgement By Immanuel Kant & J.H. Bernard
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The Critique of Judgment, or in the new Cambridge translation Critique of the Power of Judgment, also known as the third critique, is a 1790 philosophical work by Immanuel Kant. It lays the... More > foundations for modern aesthetics.< Less
A Critique of Science By Orogee Dolsenhe
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Science has been without any critique seen in movie or music. Consequently, its flaws, errors, and blind spots are neither corrected nor even recognized. The problem is that people in general are... More > intimidated by the mystique of science. Removing this aura will reveal that science has developed a sophisticated system that allows its practitioners to justify their intolerance and discriminatory practices against metaphysics. Historical, sociological, and psychological analysis offer an explanation how scientists developed the maladaptive culture that is unjust and counterproductive. One of the recurring themes is the human propensity to follow dysfunctional and incoherent leaders. The crux of my argument is that human impulses play a powerful role in hijacking minds so that we can be led to embrace viewppoints that are dysfunctional and incoherent. This essay examines the self-exemted examiner to show that the way science attained and maintained its anti-metaphysical view is unfair and untrustworthy.< Less
A Critique of Science By Orogee Dolsenhe
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Science has been without any critique seen in movie or music. Consequently, its flaws, errors, and blind spots are neither corrected nor even recognized. The problem is that people in general are... More > intimidated by the mystique of science. Removing this aura will reveal that science has developed a sophisticated system that allows its practitioners to justify their intolerance and discriminatory practices against metaphysics. Historical, sociological, and psychological analysis offer an explanation how scientists developed the maladaptive culture that is unjust and counterproductive. One of the recurring themes is the human propensity to follow dysfunctional and incoherent leaders. The crux of my argument is that human impulses play a powerful role in hijacking minds so that we can be led to embrace viewppoints that are dysfunctional and incoherent. This essay examines the self-exemted examiner to show that the way science attained and maintained its anti-metaphysical view is unfair and untrustworthy.< Less
Critique on Ghazali By Seyyed Yahya Yasrebi
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This book consists of four sections: Ghazali and Religiosity, Ghazali and Philosophy, Ghazali and Ethics, and Ghazali and power. Through this book Ghazali’s philosophical, mystical, political,... More > and religious ideas have been critically discussed< Less
Critique on Ghazali By Seyyed Yahya Yasrebi
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This book consists of four sections: Ghazali and Religiosity, Ghazali and Philosophy, Ghazali and Ethics, and Ghazali and power. Through this book Ghazali’s philosophical, mystical, political,... More > and religious ideas have been critically discussed< Less
on thoughts critiqued By J.P.W. Hale
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Philosophical work positing the idea of skepticism. Man's ability to have knowledge of anything falls short of explaining what "I" means when using logic. The position I stand by is that... More > the only certainty man can hope for is metaphysical and presents itself in the hidden idea of God.< Less
Essay Critique By Amora Tempos
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Downloading this PDF file, you can go directly to the website that offers custom writing of academic papers like essays, dissertations, term papers, etc. Skilled and competent writers will cope with... More > any college assignment in the best possible way.< Less
The Holy Family - Critique of Critical Critique By Karl Marx & Friedrich Engels
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During Engels' short stay in Paris in 1844, Marx suggested the two of them should write a critique of the rage of their day, the Young Hegelians. In the doing was born the first joint writing project... More > between the two men -- and a life-long association that would change the world. At the end of August, 1844, Engels passed through Paris, en route to his employment in Manchester, England, from visiting his family in Barmen (Germany). During 10 days in the French capital, he met Marx (for the second time). After talking, they began drawing up plans for a book about the Young Hegelian trend of thought very popular in academic circles. Agreeing to co-author the Foreword, they divided up the other sections. Engels finished his assigned chapters before leaving Paris. Marx had the larger share of work, and he completed it by the end of November 1844. (Marx would draw from his Economic and Philosophical Manuscripts, on which he'd been working the spring and summer of 1844.)< Less
The Critique of Pure Reason By Immanuel Kant
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The Critique of Pure Reason (German: Kritik der reinen Vernunft, KrV) by Immanuel Kant, (first published in 1781, second edition 1787), is one of the most influential works in the history of... More > philosophy. Also referred to as Kant's First Critique, it was followed by the Critique of Practical Reason (1788) and the Critique of Judgment (1790). In the preface to the first edition Kant explains what he means by a critique of pure reason: "I do not mean by this a critique of books and systems, but of the faculty of reason in general, in respect of all knowledge after which it may strive independently of all experience." Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Critique_of_Pure_Reason Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book.< Less

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