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Shannon Barniskis

Thanks so much for the thoughtful and engaging reflections on Dewey. AS I read Art as Experience for the first time, I feel like I've joined a book club and you're part of the conversation. Keep it up, please!


Yes, thanks.

The requirement for dropping the scales from the eyes is humility.

Among most critics, in short supply.

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