Enlightened Cherishing: An Essay on Aesthetic Education

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University of Illinois Press, Jan 1, 1994 - Philosophy - 120 pages
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The prominent educator Harry S. Broudy defines enlightened cherishing as 'a love of objects and actions that by certain norms and standards are worthy of our love. It is a love that knowledge justifies.'
 

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Contents

Enlightened Cherishing
3
The Aesthetic Image
21
Education for Enlightened Cherishing
53
Aesthetic Education as Perception
67
The Problem of Standards in Aesthetic Education
90
Why Enlightened Cherishing?
104
Index
117

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