The Limits of Aesthetic Inquiry: A Guide to Educational Research
by David W. Ecker & Eugene F. Kaelin - 1972
Our aim here, as philosophers of art, is to specify the range of activities that may be relevant in determining a peculiarly aesthetic domain of future educational research. In so doing we shall be attempting a necessary first step toward a broadened concept of educational research, one that is defined materially by criteria of relevance set up by related subject matter disciplines and, consequently, one that would indicate the limits within which any formal method may appropriately be applied, if our restriction of prior intelligibility is to be met.
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