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A critic is a person who criticizes, i.e., offers reasoned judgement or analysis, value judgement, interpretation, or observation, while critique, is a systematic inquiry into the conditions and consequences of a concept or set of concepts, and an attempt to understand its limitations.
Critic, Critique, or The Critic may also refer to:
- Opposition Critic, member of the Shadow Cabinet of the Canadian government
- Critique: Journal of Socialist Theory, a socialist magazine
- Middle East Critique. journal for critical studies of the Middle East
- Immanuel Kant's books:
- The Critic (1881–1906), an American literary magazine founded by Jeannette Leonard Gilder and Joseph Benson Gilder and merged into Putnam's Magazine
- Critic (magazine), the University of Otago's (Dunedin, New Zealand) student magazine.
- The Critic (Adelaide) (1897–1924), a South Australian weekly arts and society magazine
- The Critics, List of Viz comic strips
- "The Critic", a 2003 song by Toby Keith from Shock'n Y'all
- The Critic (play), a 1779 satire by Richard Brinsley Sheridan
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