The function of critique is the emancipation of ideas and events from strictures of ideology and institutionalization. Critique itself has been burdened with being coupled with theory and thus separated from practice. But critique has always been about freedom from dogmatic and orthodox thinking. The role of critique is to break down assumptions which frees humans to think diffferently. Critique is a living process of debate, discussion and action. Critique always already creates change by revealing possibilities. Identifying possibilities is an emancipatory event.