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His critique of Modern Orthodox Judaism has been commented on by many, including Hillel Halkin, columnist for the New York Sun ; Andrew Silow-Carroll, editor of the New Jersey Jewish News ; Rabbi Tzvi Hersh Weinreb, Executive Vice President of the Orthodox Union ; Rabbi Shalom Carmy, tenured professor of Jewish philosophy at Yeshiva University ; Rabbi Norman Lamm, chancellor of Yeshiva University ;, Rabbi Shmuley Boteach ; Gary Rosenblatt, editor of Jewish Week, the editorial board of the Jewish Press ; Rabbis Ozer Glickman and Aharon Kahn, roshei yeshiva at Yeshiva University ; Ami Eden, Executive Editor of The Forward ; Rabbi David M. Feldman, author of Where There's Life, There's Life ; and Jonathan Rosenblum, columnist for the Jerusalem Post.
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* Creating a ‘ Modern Apprenticeship ’: a critique of the UK ’ s multi-sector, social inclusion approach Alison Fuller and Lorna Unwin, 2003 ( pdf )
In 1947 he published his second book, a critique entitled The Uneasy Conscience of Modern Fundamentalism, which, while rejecting modern liberalism, and preserving a doctrinal focus on the Bible, also rejected the rigidness and disengagement of Fundamentalists.
Based on current neuroscientific research, Eugen Drewermann developed in two monumental volumes ( Modern Neurology and the Question of God ), published in 2006 and 2007, a radical critique of traditional conceptions of God and the soul and a sweeping reinterpretation of religion in light of neurology.
* Modern economic models incorporate the reaction of the public & market to the policy maker's actions ( through game theory ), and this feedback is included in modern models ( following the rational expectations revolution and Robert Lucas, Jr .' s critique of the optimal control concept of precise macroeconomic management ).
* A critique of Ong has been written by the British literary critic Frank Kermode ; it was originally published in the New York Review of Books ( March 14, 1968: 22-26 ), and later reprinted in Kermode's Modern Essays ( Fontana, 1971: 99-107 ).
His most recent book, in English, is Men of a Single Book: Fundamentalism in Islam, Christianity, and Modern Thought ( United States, World Wisdom, 2010 ), a critique both of religious and anti-religious fundamentalism ; the later represented specially by polemicists such as Richard Dawkins and Christopher Hitchens.
The Crisis of the Modern World, The Reign of Quantity and Symbols of Sacred Science, three of Guénon's classics, transformed his way of seeing reality, as they expound a profound critique of modern materialism and relativism from a purely metaphysical perspective.
In his first book, Dollimore argues that the humanist critical tradition has distorted for modern readers the actual radical function of Early Modern English drama, which had to do with ' a critique of ideology, the demystification of political and power relations and the decentring of “ man ”' ( 4 ).
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In the treatise, Spinoza put forth his most systematic critique of Judaism, and all organized religion in general.
Others argue that On the Jewish Question is primarily a critique of liberal rights, rather than a criticism of Judaism, and that apparently anti-Semitic passages such as " Money is the jealous god of Israel, in face of which no other god may exist.
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Latour notes that such social criticism has been appropriated by those he describes as conspiracy theorists, including global warming skeptics and the 9 / 11 Truth movement: “ Maybe I am taking conspiracy theories too seriously, but I am worried to detect, in those mad mixtures of knee-jerk disbelief, punctilious demands for proofs, and free use of powerful explanation from the social neverland, many of the weapons of social critique .” ( p. 230 )
In A critique of Postcolonial Reason, Spivak argues that Western philosophy has a history of not only exclusion of the Subaltern from discourse, but also does not allow them to occupy the space of a fully human subject.
This has led to the very literal use of ' critical theory ' as an umbrella term to describe any theory founded upon critique.
As a term, critical theory has two meanings with different origins and histories: the first originated in sociology and the second originated in literary criticism, whereby it is used and applied as an umbrella term that can describe a theory founded upon critique ; thus, the theorist Max Horkheimer described a theory as critical in so far as it seeks " to liberate human beings from the circumstances that enslave them.
Kant's notion of critique has been associated with the disestablishment of false, unprovable, or dogmatic philosophical, social, and political beliefs, because Kant's critique of reason involved the critique of dogmatic theological and metaphysical ideas and was intertwined with the enhancement of ethical autonomy and the Enlightenment critique of superstition and irrational authority.
Stidham, who was later elected to a municipal judgeship, has written a detailed critique of what he asserts are major police errors and misconceptions during their investigation.
Central planning has been criticized by socialists who advocated decentralized mechanisms of economic coordination, including Leon Trotsky and Peter Kropotkin before the Austrian school critique, and later by Janos Kornai and Alec Nove.
Paulo Freire's work appears to critique instructional approaches that adhere to the knowledge acquisition stance, and his work Pedagogy of the Oppressed has had a broad influence over a generation of American educators with his critique of various " banking " models of education and analysis of the teacher-student relationship.
In an anecdote Jarmusch has recounted of the formative experience of showing his mentor his first script, Ray disapproved of its lack of action, to which Jarmusch responded after meditating on the critique by reworking the script to be even less eventful.
Marx polemic with other thinkers often occurred through critique, and thus he has been called " the first great user of critical method in social sciences.
Within the space of these tendencies there has developed a coherent critique of " orthodox Marxism " that includes not only a rejection of the concept of " the transition " but a reconceptualization of the process of transcending capitalism that has remarkable similarities to ( Peter ) Kropotkin's thinking on this subject ... Thus one of the earliest political tendencies within which this approach appeared after the Russian revolution of 1917 was that of " Council Communism " which saw the " workers councils " in Germany ( see Bavarian Soviet Republic ), or the soviets in Russia, as new organizational forms constructed by the people.
Anarchism has developed a critique of nationalism that focuses on nationalism's role in justifying and consolidating state power and domination.
Particularly in the wake of the Lucas critique, much of modern macroeconomic theory has been built upon ' microfoundations '— i. e. based upon basic assumptions about micro-level behavior.
" The critique that mercantilism was a form of rent-seeking has also seen criticism, as scholars such Jacob Viner in the 1930s point out that merchant mercantilists such as Mun understood that they would not gain by higher prices for English wares abroad.
Another critique of the game system has been the large effect of character age on skills, usually considered the most important character attributes.
This includes a strong critique of voting by academic Andile Mngxitama who has said that if Biko were alive today, he would not be supporting any political party, would not even vote, but would be marching with the social movements against government.
The arguments against speciesism – known as the anti-speciesism critique – are based on the view that species membership has no moral significance.
It has been suggested that the concept of state capitalism can be traced back to Mikhail Bakunin's critique during the First International of the potential for state exploitation under Marxism, or to Jan Waclav Machajski's argument in The Intellectual Worker ( 1905 ) that socialism was a movement of the intelligentsia as a class, resulting in a new type of society he termed state capitalism.
It has been used as a Carnivalesque critique of society ,< ref > Martin, Paul & Renegar, Valeria 2007, '" The Man for His Time " The Big Lebowski as Carnivalesque Social Critique ', Communication Studies, Vol.
Another approach to critique taken in the classroom has been to propose the insignificance of female characters in the story as sexist.
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They begin with a critique of the past ” such that they review the ways women have been oppressed ; “ they seek alternative biblical and extrabiblical traditions that support ” the ideals Feminists are trying to advance ; and finally “ feminists set forth their own unique method of theology, which includes the revisioning of Christian categories .” Grenz and Olson also mention, however, while all feminists agree there is a flaw in the system, there is disagreement over how far outside of the Bible and the Christian tradition women are willing to go to seek support for their ideals.
Additionally, Amos and her music have been the subject of numerous official and unofficial books, as well as academic critique, including Tori Amos: Lyrics ( 2001 ) and an earlier biography, Tori Amos: All These Years ( 1996 ).
It has been described by proponents as " an interpretation of Christian faith through the poor's suffering, their struggle and hope, and a critique of society and the Catholic faith and Christianity through the eyes of the poor ", and by detractors as Christianized Marxism.
Reason is often said to be reflexive, or " self-correcting ," and the critique of reason has been a persistent theme in philosophy.
In the last several decades, a number of proposals have been made to " re-orient " this critique of reason, or to recognize the " other voices " or " new departments " of reason:
Only rarely is mise-en-scène critique used in other art forms, but it has been used effectively to analyse photography.
Foucault's Nietzschean critique of Enlightenment values in Les mots et les choses has been very influential in cultural studies and social work scholarship.
It has been described by proponents as " an interpretation of Christian faith through the poor's suffering, their struggle and hope, and a critique of society and the Catholic faith and Christianity through the eyes of the poor ", and by detractors as Christianity perverted by Marxism and Communism.
A critique has been developed against the uncritical use of biological determinism or biology as ideology ( something that has been termed " biologism ").
A 1921 article by S. Morgulis in the journal Science, came as a critique of Pavlov's work in that it addressed concerns about the environment in which these experiments had been performed.
: The other promise of anthropology, one less fully distinguished and attended to than the first, has been to serve as a form of cultural critique for ourselves.