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Rethinking Social Action through Music

Geoffrey Baker


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1The dominant systems of education are based on three principles—or assumptions at least—that are exactly opposite to how human lives are actually lived. […] First, they promote standardization and a narrow view of intelligence when human talents are diverse and personal. Second, they promote compliance when cultural progress and achievement depend on the cultivation of imagination and creativity. Third, they are linear and rigid when the course of each human life, including yours, is organic and largely unpredictable. As the rate of change continues to accelerate, building new forms of education on these alternative principles is not a romantic whimsy: it’s essential to personal fulfillment and to the sustainability of the world we are now creating.

2Sir Ken Robinson

3— Pero una cosa es creer en la música como un oficio, y otra prometer que salvaremos a un país o a la humanidad con ella —contestó Sánchez.

4Pablo Montoya, La escuela de música


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