I think you've kind of missed their central premise, which is that liberal arts changes over time: 'And this is the truth of it: The liberal arts have always been changing just as much as we have.'
I think it is time I got off your lawn...
The very name, 'liberal arts,' evokes a body of learning that is as durable as it is ancient.
A) Where do my ideas about normal gender come from?
B) How do I regulate my thoughts and behavior based on those ideas?
C) What are the rewards associated with meeting standards of gender?
D) What are the consequences of failing to live up to gender norms?
E) What would I be like if I didn’t feel compelled to act like one particular
...3. [Literature] must be studied in isolation... all that is necessary is close verbal analysis of text without previous expectations
4. human nature is unchanging; continuity in literature is more important and significant than innovation
5. individuality transcends the forces of society, experience, and language... people's personalities do not change
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