Re: [Discuss-sudbury-model] Scientific SVS

From: Richard Berlin <rberlin_at_pacbell.net>
Date: Tue Jan 24 13:34:01 2006

> <<To me it seems that the most honest way of trying to influence the
> trust of
> authorities is to find a relatively objective criterion that reflects
> what a
> school like SVS does. Do you see another, equally or even more honest
> way?>>
>  
> But I don't see objectivity as honest for a model that places
> self-evaluation above external evaluation.

Actually, for a suitable definition of "objectivity" I think this works
just fine. If you are trying to teach yourself something, the only
valuable self-evaluation is (relatively) *accurate* self-evaluation.

-- Rich

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