On the Future of our Educational Institutions

“On the Future of Our Educational Institutions” was written by Friedrich Nietzsche, who is most famous to students of philosophy for stating that God was dead. Friedrich Nietzsche’s influence had a lasting effect in many areas of study. Friedrich Nietzsche (1844-1900) was a German philosopher and philologist. “On the Future of Our Educational Institutions” was only one portion of his writings, which covered a wide scope of topics including religion, philosophy, morality, culture, and science. “On the Future of our Educational Institutions” resulted from a series of lectures that Nietzche gave in Bale, where he spoke about the future of education especially as it related to Germany.

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    By M. DeKalb on March 24, 2017

    The Decline of The Classical Education. Published in 1910 and translated by JM Kennedy, this is Nietzsche’s work on the decline of the `classical education’ to what, in his era, represents a `formal education’. Broken down into five lectures, a sixth and seventh were intended but never completed, we encounter a philosopher and his pupil conversing and two eavesdroppers still steeped in the educational system of the current times.The primary argument is: Schools are meant to teach `culture’. Here they are failing miserably…

    By Anonymous on March 24, 2017

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