a theoretical approach developed by the “Frankfurt School” of social thinkers, which stresses that all knowledge is historical and biased and thus claims to “objective” knowledge are illusory
noun, Physics. 1. the volume occupied by a certain mass, usually one gram molecule of a liquid or gaseous substance at its critical point. noun 1. the volume occupied by one mole or unit mass of a substance in its critical state
noun, Statistics. 1. the value of the random variable at the boundary between the acceptance region and the rejection region in the testing of a hypothesis.
[krit-i-kas-ter] /ˈkrɪt ɪˌkæs tər/ noun 1. an incompetent .
[krit-uh-sahyz] /ˈkrɪt əˌsaɪz/ verb (used with object), criticized, criticizing. 1. to censure or find fault with. 2. to judge or discuss the merits and faults of: to criticize three novels in one review. verb (used without object), criticized, criticizing. 3. to find fault; judge unfavorably or harshly. 4. to make judgments as to merits and […]