Critical may refer to:

  • Critical (novel), a medical thriller written by Dr. Robin Cook
  • Critical (song), a 1999 single by Zion I
  • Critical Software, a company specializing in mission and business critical information systems.
  • Critically Endangered, a risk status for wild species
  • Critical, or intensive-care medicine

Other articles related to "critical":

Royal Artillery Memorial - Critical Reception
... The Royal Artillery Memorial has continued to be the subject of much critical discussion ... The Times was critical, comparing it unfavourably to the Cenotaph, whilst The Daily Mail highlighted the cost of the monument, and argued that the money ... memorial, in the 1980s has led to a fresh reappraisal of the piece the most recent critical work on the memorial has described it as a "work of the highest quality and distinction" ...
On A Clear Night - Reception - Critical
... In the US, reviews were also mixed but generally positive ... Andrew Leahey of Allmusic said that On a Clear Night marks a development from The Sound of White and that the second album combines "sass with sweet sentiment" although at times is "a bit too calculated" ...
Critical Rationalism
... Critical rationalism is an epistemological philosophy advanced by Karl Popper ... Popper wrote about critical rationalism in his works, The Open Society and its Enemies Volume 2, and Conjectures and Refutations ...
Hans Albert - Albert's Critical Rationalism
... Most importantly, he gave Popper's critical rationalism a concise, broad-ranging formulation, even as a way of life ... there is no field of human activities where one should not be critical ... Thus he applied critical rationalism to the social sciences, especially to economics, politics, jurisprudence, and religion ...

Famous quotes containing the word critical:

    Productive collaborations between family and school, therefore, will demand that parents and teachers recognize the critical importance of each other’s participation in the life of the child. This mutuality of knowledge, understanding, and empathy comes not only with a recognition of the child as the central purpose for the collaboration but also with a recognition of the need to maintain roles and relationships with children that are comprehensive, dynamic, and differentiated.
    Sara Lawrence Lightfoot (20th century)

    Somewhere it is written that parents who are critical of other people’s children and publicly admit they can do better are asking for it.
    Erma Bombeck (20th century)

    An art whose medium is language will always show a high degree of critical creativeness, for speech is itself a critique of life: it names, it characterizes, it passes judgment, in that it creates.
    Thomas Mann (1875–1955)