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Following suite, it would seem that Hume has no place in VCAE, which rejects or at least critically compromises any claim to such hierarchies.
This controversial reading of Hume has relevance for VCAE for two reasons.
Hence the tendency of VCAE to reject taste and turn instead toward social justice art education, which emphasizes political content and action over and above aesthetic concerns and questions of taste.
As an example, a unit on "Defining Art" might include aesthetics (from DBAE), note the role of art as propaganda (from VCAE), and include the study of dream sequences in art history that reflect the influence of surrealism.
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