> I seriously doubt that this page was designed for home-spun >philosophers >and chefs to vent their particular brands of nonsense. If they have such a >need, perhaps these individual (who tend to dominate these pages) should >consider their own "Web" Page on which to pontificate? >Robert Beeching, Producer, Author
I beg to differ with you Robert,
I think some of the philosophical posts on this list are very much at the
root of artistic creativity. We are not only teachers, but also artists,
and as such, we appreciate more than just hearing the constant pragmatic
threads that have to do with the state of art education today. Of course,
those posts are very helpful in our profession, but the philosophical posts
are like sweet elixir to our thirsty souls.