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Revolutionary tendencies in taste appear, however, resulting in significant
alterations in critical practice. Thus, the judgments of critics tend to be informal
and variable; because of the logical properties of their appreciative judgments
and the ...
The problem of plausible alternative interpretations haunts critical practice even
when the problem is confined within historical limits, even though the elimination
of such alternatives is often claimed to be an advantage of historical criticism.
B.) Arts, Practice and Profession of the The practice of the arts goes back to the
remote prehistory of mankind; the ... been, but full professionals—i.e., men skilled
in a specialized occupation, practicing it full-time and probably earning all of their
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