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- n. Criticism of oneself
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Criticism of one's self.
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- n. criticism of yourself
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“If she doesn’t want you, she’s a fool,” Mommy declared before I could say a word of self-criticism.
Perhaps at some point Arianna Huffington, Robert Kuttner, Michael Moore and other left-ish pundits will engage in a bit of self-criticism and enlighten us as to how they were hoodwinked so easily.
It is time for some major self-criticism within the progressive movement, especially among its leadership.
That self-criticism is made clear in the documentary, which Weide expects to be screened on both sides of the Atlantic later this year.
Žižek promises that he will see the film and then write a Stalinist ‘self-criticism’.
Quite a shocking conclusion by the sector and a harsh self-criticism!
He called it an "example of supreme respect for human rights," while also saying the ordeal has been cause for "great self-criticism."
Negative experiences re-enforce negativity, which increases self-criticism.
Let this be a place where the voice of self-criticism is silenced, and
Indulging in some self-criticism, she says that in 1997 Labour only "did half the job" when regulating banks and that to complete the reforms Labour should have taken steps to avert the housing bubble – for instance, raising higher amounts of capital gains tax on the sale of primary homes.