Harry S. Broudy
This monograph sets forth a theoretical basis for advocating a program of disciplinary arts education as an integral part of general education from kindergarten through grade twelve. It shows by analysis, argument, and example the role that images in general and those in the arts in particular play in everyday experience and in the development of the educated mind.
Harry S. Broudy is emeritus professor of philosophy of education at the University of Illinois.56 pages
9 x 10 1/2 inches
Imprint: J. Paul Getty Museum