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Definition of the adjective acritical
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Alternative definition of the adjective acritical
- Not critical
- Not involving a crisis
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by Mervyn Hartwig
acritical. realism« evolved independentlyin theUK in the 1980s when there was a need to refer to transcendental realism and critical naturalism as a unit. People began substituting. acritical«. for. atranscendental«. in the former, the resulting ...
by Glennys Howarth, Oliver Leaman
acritical. incidents«, they are seenas delineated by the interpretation of the person or persons experiencing them: what may be a critical incident for one person may not beforanother. Another confounding factor is the official labelling of ...
by Dr Brian Carr, Brian Carr, Indira Mahalingam
acritical. analytic« style of Anglo-American philosophy. Wehave nottriedto force uponour contributors a standardstyleof presentation. Onthe contrary,we have encouraged our writers toworkwithinthe styleswhich best suit them, since the volume ...
by Martin Griffiths
acritical«. aSmall. c« CSS is part of a wider movement in security studies that includes constructivists and post- structuralist analyses (see constrictivism poststructuralism), and focuses upon issues suchas thesocial construction of threats, the ...
by Lorraine Code
acritical. engagement« continues to befelt among contemporary literary critics. TheMarxist focuson social structures (includingideology) andmodesof cultural production has ensured that literary criticism is firmlyrooted in material circumstances ...
by Margaret Mallett
acritical. discourse«. ¥.
A Dictionary of Stylistics (2014)
by Katie Wales
acritical. language awareness« (Norman Fairclough 1992b), especially in schools; and supposedly it is committed to making social changes through forms of direct intervention involving language. Its success, however, is open to ...
by W. F. Bynum, Roy Porter
acritical«. fevers, and. ainflammatory«. fevers. The first class was characterized by skin eruptions, the second by the presence of ared sediment in the urine, the thirdbya hard pulseand local pain. Overall, the fevers wereto be diagnosedby the ...
by Phil Gunson, Andrew Thompson, Greg Chamberlain
acritical. support« for what it described as the moderate tendency within the regime. This line was maintained despite the fact that many PCA militants were among the victims of the dirty war. The party«s stance was linked to the good relations ...
Dictionary of Policing (2013)
by Tim Newburn, Peter Neyroud
acritical. building blocks« (HMIC 2005b: 63) of thecurrent, and possibly future, framework of policing in England and Wales.
by Ashish Rajadhyaksha, Paul Willemen
aCritical. Reflections« inArtforum of December 1993argue thecase inrelation tothe construction ofnationalart histories. Ahmad«saIndianLiterature: Notes Towards the Definition ofa Category«, reprinted in the (im)possibility hisbook In Theory ...
by G.H.R. Parkinson
acritical«. levelof moral thinking:when our moral intuitions conflict; when the situation confronting usis so unusual that ourexisting moralintuitions prove inadequate toguideus; andwhen we have to select which primafacie principles to useinour ...
Dictionary of Youth Justice (2013)
by Barry Goldson
acritical. few« has been difficult. Information exchange hasalso been an area fraught with difficulty, not least in ensuringthat all agencies with a duty to co- operate actually do so. Thiscan be particularlyacutefor the veryfew youngoffenders who ...
by Raymond Boudon, Francois Bourricaud
acritical. rationality«, in the sense that Popper gives to the term, in absolutely identical fashion to the ways in which they are applied to natural sciences, which implicitly define the concept of scientific knowledge. The Weberian theory of action ...
by Rob Canton, David Hancock
acritical. few«. This is defined as when the offender is assessed under OASys as being.
by Robert R. Watson
Yeats: ACritical Introduction. London: Hutchinson UniversityLibrary, 1965. Smith, Stan.W. B. Yeats: ACritical Introduction. London: Macmillan, 1990. Entry Author: Persoon, James, and Robert R. Watson.
Medical Lexicon. A New Dictionary of Medical Science, containing a concise account of the various subjects and terms, ... and formulae for ... preparations etc. Third edition (1865)
Acritical. ACRIVIOLA, (our, ' sharp,' and viola, 'a riolct ...
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Scrabble value of A1C3R1I1T1I1C3A1L1
The value of this 9-letter word is 13 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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