Mon, 5 Mar 2001 17:23:04 -0500
> It is folly to think that children should not be forced into a broad range
> of experiences. The question is only how that force is to be applied and
> range of experiences to expose them to.
If true, then you beg a question. At what point does a child become
self-responsible, able to expose himself to such experiences? In other
words, at what point is he not a child? Because if you, as the
self-described adult/expert can't answer that question concisely and
succinctly, then you are not qualified to decide for that child...because it
cannot be shown that you ever passed that same threshold yourself.
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