MeaganS Posted November 18, 2011 Share Posted November 18, 2011 I have not read the original writing of SWB when she suggests this and the author does not source that statement, but has anyone else read of SWB calling her method neoclassical? I don't know if she does in her book, but I know that she refers to the type of education she's suggesting as "neoclassical" in her lecture "The Joy of Classical Education." And I just want to say this thread has been fascinating for me. Thank you all! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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