Unformatted text preview: also talks about four ways one can make aesthetic inquires. Criticism is when the evaluator talks about descriptive, analytical, interpretive and evaluative interpretations and aesthetic judgments based on visible features of the dance. Metacriticism describes the “support or challenge the underlying assumptions or the descriptive accuracy of a critical claim. Theory corresponds to “discussions of creative strategies, critical approaches, and general criteria for judgment that might be employed to support various critical and metacritical statements about the dance” while metatheoretical remarks aim to “identify and support or challenge the underlying assumptions, clarity, or relevance of theoretical claims.”(98)...
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- Spring '09
- H. Lavendar, Lavendar, comparative judgments