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a.1.Capable of being criticised.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The truth is that any future review of local finance would be more criticisable for omitting LVT than for including it.
As Astrid Erll points out, literature has the unique ability to offer "first- and second-order observations of the world simultaneously," in the sense that "literary works construct versions of the past," and also "they make exactly this process of construction observable, and thus also criticisable" (151).
Therefore, such a model is criticisable. If a distance can be overcome with a single vehicle, the cost is smaller than in the case when one needs to change vehicles.
(13) It is noteworthy that on a critical hermeneutic analysis, far from being regarded as self-validating, cultural beliefs and practices are construed as criticisable validity claims, which are inherently open to critical scrutiny from other perspectives.
When, through an assertion, a speaker raises a criticisable claim to the validity of the asserted sentence, because no-one has direct access to uninterrupted conditions of validity, "'validity' must be understood epistemically as 'validity proven for us'." (11)