Subjectivism in the schools: Can we destroy it before it destroys us?
Simply stated, the fundamental principle behind the education revolution makes it appear absurd. To seriously teach an entire generation that there was no such thing as good and bad, nor true and false, nor beautiful and ugly, to dismiss these imperishable values as "mere feeling," is to invite a social, political and cultural calamity of inconceivable dimension.
Fortunately, two avenues offer escape from their doleful subjectivist influence...
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