Not Sure What to Think About this Philosopher’s Rubric
As a tool for one person, fantastic. But as a model for others?
The word rubric was originally used to refer to the annotations medieval church officials made in liturgy books in order to prevent clerics from messing up saying mass. (The notes were in red ink.) This remarkable example of a modern day rubric makes me wonder what institutional forces the professor is protecting.
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