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    Tarbuza is offline Registered User
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    Post Liberal Arts and Non-Liberal Arts

    How do you make a distinctionb between Liberal Arts and Non-Liberal Arts when it comes down to the subject level?

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    Originally posted by Tarbuza:
    How do you make a distinctionb between Liberal Arts and Non-Liberal Arts when it comes down to the subject level?
    This is in the eye of the beholder (school). Typical liberal arts subjects included the sciences, social sciences , fine arts, literature, mathematics, languages, and the like. They typically exclude vocational, professional, and physical education subjects (among others).

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    Originally posted by Rich Douglas:
    Typical liberal arts subjects included ...
    But what are the Conservative Arts?

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    Originally posted by Bill Huffman:
    But what are the Conservative Arts?
    Military science. Corrections.

    Stuff like that.


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