Re: DSM: Re: Slavery, Education, Political Philosophy, Caring,HumanRights, Effecting Change


Alan Klein (Alan@klein.net)
Sun, 6 Feb 2000 07:51:13 -0500


I figured that was about what was meant. I wonder: does that mean that oral
languaging is the key? What about my one year old who loved to wander. She
was "voting with her feet" literally, insofar as her preferences were
concerned, and we almost always let her roam, simply watching from afar (or
"aclose"). But she wasn't asking for that supervision. Were we wrong in
providing it?

Curiously yours,
~Alan

----- Original Message -----
From: <WarOnTies@aol.com>

>
I asked:
> << What do you mean, "when preferences begin"? >>
>
WarOnTies responded:
> When someone is old enough to say "hey, I do NOT want to go to school and
I
> do want to eat candy", they are old enough for that to matter as much as
the
> opinion of any adult would.



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