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Lesson Plans


real beauty

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Ken and Chris (kenh)
Tue, 31 Dec 1996 10:08:09 -0600


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relativist aesthetics (beauty is in the eye of the beholder) is not =
useful for classroom critiques. standards of aesthetic worth are real =
and necessary. do we all know how to establish a useful criteria for =
good? thoughts or comments.

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relativist aesthetics (beauty is in = the eye of=20 the beholder) is not useful for classroom critiques.  standards of=20 aesthetic worth are real and necessary.  do we all know how to=20 establish  a useful criteria for good? thoughts or=20 comments.
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