Here we have the best Critique Quotes from famous authors such as Nigel Barker, Vivek Oberoi, Josh O’Connor, Ted Dekker, Ang Lee. Find the perfect quotation from our collection.
While the older generation is content to sit around and critique culture, that culture is moving beyond them. At some point the traditional church and all of the expressions of that church will become essentially irrelevant.
The thing we call critics are not really reviewers, they are not really critics. They don’t have the discipline to write what we would term as critique – it’s really just reviewers. They have a common man kind of taste. If you watch them overall, they are not different from the box-office. That’s my view.
My black-and-white work is more of a celebration, and the color work became more of a critique of society.
If you look at our world, it’s a world of critique.
A lot of politics in art is just institutional critique, which, in my opinion, is not all that political.
I love my family, even as I critique their dysfunctionalities.
What’s interesting about the foreign policy establishment critique is, you know, I think the Blob and I have more in common in some ways than people might think, but also, what I was saying can be misread.
Every time I’d get a critique or some redirection, I’d always just take it very personally. Now I have no problem with it.
Finally, in my critique of the immigration image of America, it is also important to know that we’re not only a nation of immigrants, but we are in some part a nation of emigrants, which often gets neglected.
My senior year was crazy, and that summer was definitely life-changing and a lot different than what I was used to, and with that comes a lot of critique.
I’ve been writing long enough to know that fiction, as a rhetorical mode, works very differently from expository writing. If an author has a specific critique about contemporary society in mind, fiction tends not to be the best means to deliver that critique.
The discipline it takes to train and push past discomfort and continually grow through both trial and error and critique are things that translate really well into the process of running for office.
My most profound growth as a writer came when I joined an online critique group. What a harrowing, terrifying, wonderful experience that was.
I began demonstrating against serious culture. In hindsight, the actual course of events has been very humiliating for me, because no one picked up on the intellectual critique I made.
You will find it will almost always be more comfortable to sit on the sidelines and critique the builders from afar. But at the end of the day, the people who make a difference, the people who shape history, are not the haters.
The economical policies that are instigated really makes you think that the American government is a bunch of evil bastards. So just because you’re black, you’re still representing that government, and when Obama came into office he enacted the same policies that we would critique other presidents for.
The term ‘cyberutopian’ tends to be used only in the context of critique. Calling someone a cyberutopian implies that he or she has an unrealistic and naively overinflated sense of what technology makes possible and an insufficient understanding of the forces that govern societies.
I’m not going to critique every utterance of the president.
Utopias are presented for our inspection as a critique of the human state.
I started writing short stories. I tried writing horror, mystery, science fiction. I joined a little critique group here in town and ran my stories past them. After about three years, I tackled my first novel, Subterranean. It took me 11 months to write.
Film Club is a necessity in any big university, as it provides a platform and a forum where you can exchange ideas, critique and appreciate historical, classics and contemporary films.
Whether you chose a passive-aggressive husband, workaholic wife, or life of single motherhood, we are all officially allowed – and uniquely qualified – to critique our own life experience. Please don’t pretend you’re living mine.
While we would love to have no criticism, probably if we had no critique, we wouldn’t be doing anything meaningful.
Liberalism can only be defined negatively. It is a mere critique, not a living idea.
I wouldn’t be the type of person to critique anybody. I’ve got to look at myself first, to be a better person.
The heart of the theater is the play itself, how it dramatizes life to make it meaningful entertainment. To achieve depth and universality, the playwright must subject himself to intense critique, to know human character and behavior, and finally to construct art from the most mundane of human experience.
History’s lesson, of course, is that attempts to suppress free expression have merely confirmed the caricaturists’ original critique of heavy-handed and objectionable actions of overreaching governments.