Remember, the criterion is military incompetence: Benedict Arnold and Robert E. Lee were bad Americans, but not bad generals.
“My criterion for endorsing a candidate is going to be based on state-related issues,” she told me.
But we have a criterion called ‘visibility,’ which is how visible they are to their families.
Short-lived magazines such as Acorn (1905-6) and New Numbers (1914) are evaluated alongside Eliot's own criterion (1922-39).
There was never any one criterion for how every trombone or tenor saxophone or singer should sound.
I am well aware that such a vulgar test is no criterion whatever of a picture's real merit.
And the criterion which he proposes is difference in the working of the faculties.
This faith, duly directed by reason, constitutes one criterion of truth.
These will be the criterion of the comparative claims of pleasure and wisdom.
There is no criterion of truth, either in sense or in reason.