Form is the necessary precondition for all experience and expression, perception and comprehension.
--David Hicks, Norms and Nobility, p. 18.
Two criteria for the classical curriculum:
1. Logical methods
2. Okay, I have to say I can't figure out the second criterion. It has to do with general curiosity, beauty, and ethics. It's the criterion that broadens, while the first one narrows. This second one is the 'spirit' part, while logic is the 'format' part of classical inquiry. It is what CM meant when she said, "Education is a life." It is ideas. I think.