Have you encountered textbooks or resources such as The Green Book? If so, what was your experience teaching with or using materials that approached education from a modern, relative position?
Conversely, have you worked with textbooks or resources that approach education from a position of classical, objective values?
What are some ways you see modern education manifesting itself in your classrooms or work environments? Would you agree with Lewis in that embracing the spirit of The Green Book leads to the destruction of the society that accepts it? Why?
If you were discussing a piece of music or art with a student or friend who said, “It doesn’t matter what we think, anyway, since all opinions about this piece are relative,” how would you respond?
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