Art critics weighted

Art critics weighted
 People do not always agree with each other in opinions and judgments. This also applies to the smallest detail, and pretty serious stuff. And it is very important not just to speak out against the beliefs of another person or group of people, but well balanced and argue their objections, and firmly, but without the pressure to offer to discuss their position.  

Art critics weighted involve a variety of skills. First and foremost, you should develop the ability to criticize others, and take from them the criticism. How Come? The only way you will be able to distinguish in practice is clearly subjective arguments of objective statements.

And it is quite obvious that the weighted criticism should contain only the second type of judgment. It is a mistake to assume that they are deprived of all sorts of emotional coloring or personal relatedness. They are associated with your position, that is, by its nature already contain your attitude, your personality. But objective judgments should not be affected by the situation or your relationship with your opponent. You raise an objection against a certain position, and it must be preserved, no matter where you are and whoever discussed.

Another highlight of the art of balanced criticism is that you must be willing to put forward an alternative proposal. Denying someone's position, offers its own version for discussion. But at the same time remember that a balanced criticism can be one of your opinion on this issue. It just has to be you, while the opposition should address the position of the interlocutor.

And here it is worth paying attention to another feature balanced criticism. This - not the search and specify the deficiencies. This focus on the inconsistencies, underreporting of certain moments. The word "defect" is subjective coloring, and can be perceived inadequate.

Criticizing others following their appearance and voice. You have to look calm and confident. So your opposition will be perceived as an expression of a certain position, and not as empty carping and attempts to humiliate your opponent or simply stretch the discussion. Save your time: Proposals must be thought out, clearly written, and if possible contain at least definitions and additions. Preference is given to brief arguments, perhaps even in the form of questions.

To make sure that you are ready to give a balanced criticism, take it a rule to withstand momentary pause before you start talking. During this time, you have time to check their opinions on the objectivity, make sure that your opponent is really finished his thought, as well as to calm down and get rid of unnecessary emotions.

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