I am not going to link the specific answer that prompted me to write this post because I want to make a general point.
I am aware of the policy of not forcing users to comment when they downvote, as best explained this answer. And I agree with it, mainly for the privacy concern, in order to avoid revenge-voting and animosity.
As far as I am concerned, I just want to learn physics.
I do not claim to be an expert in any particular field, and I use StackExchange questions as an excuse to learn about new topics in order to later provide answers.
I am interested in growing from my mistakes, to deepen and strengthen my knowledge on some (if not all) of the fields of physics touched by questions on this site.
If someone has downvoted an answer(s) of mine, there might be a flaw in my understanding and I would greatly appreciate to know what that might be, so that I can do my best to correct it. I don't mean just correcting the answer, but also my understanding of that particular topic.
Question: is there a way for moderators to act as intermediaries between users who provide an answer, and users who have downvoted said answer? Or alternatively, a chat room where the downvoter remains anonymous?
In short, is there a way for the downvoted user (e.g. me) to receive (anonymous) feedback regarding the reason for the downvote?