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Hosseini H. A Methodological Analysis of the Concept of Critique. EIJH 2023; 30 (1) :22-38
URL: http://eijh.modares.ac.ir/article-27-64019-en.html
Philosophy department, ihcs, tehran/ iran , drshhs44@gmail.com
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 Researching is considered one of the functional needs of the scientific community. However, this field of study is faced with a series of issues, such as the dismissal of the concept of critique as only a secondary phenomenon and the lack of a methodological perspective while dealing with the concept of critique. Thereby, after having an overview of the topic of literary and art criticism, this paper will attempt to argue that in the background of the discussion, the elements of “methodic critique” are ignored. Then, to distinguish the characteristics of methodic critique from that of subjective and non-academic critique, the eight elements of methodic critique will be explained in detail, which include: 1. Systematicity, 2. Model-orientedness, 3. Comprehensiveness, 4. Critical perspective, 5. Having philosophical basis, 6. Expert-orientedness, 7. Creativity, and 8. Being ethical. Undoubtedly, reaching a “(comprehensive) theory of critique in the field of humanities” necessitates an explanation of the necessities, definitions, and characteristics of the concept of methodic critique as avoiding the shortcomings of the study of critique in the field of humanities is impossible without a “theory of critique.”
 
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Article Type: Qualitative Research | Subject: Philosophy
Received: 2022/09/5 | Accepted: 2023/01/30 | Published: 2023/01/30

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