Liberal Arts and Non-Liberal Arts

Discussion in 'General Distance Learning Discussions' started by Tarbuza, Aug 22, 2001.

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  1. Tarbuza

    Tarbuza New Member

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

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    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).

    Rich Douglas
     
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    But what are the Conservative Arts?
     
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    Military science. Corrections.

    Stuff like that.
     

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