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- DescriptionThis is an investigation of the thoughts concerning education in the writings of one of the most original educators of the eighteenth century. Unappreciated and largely overlooked - as was Schopenhauer - by the contemporary educators, Lichtenberg nevertheless presented his generation, and generations to come, with some of the most useful (a great life aim of Horace Mann!) suggestions pertaining to education that may possibly be found anywhere in the annals of classical edu- cation. Beginning with a biographical sketch of Lichtenberg, it presents an analysis of his philosophy of education, discusses Lichtenberg's thoughts on pedagogy and curriculum, analyzes his conception of morals and religion to the extent that these ideas are specifically related to education, examines his tions of educational psychology, determines Lichtenberg's views on British education in the eighteenth century, compares some of Lichtenberg'S educational ideas in the works of contemporary thinkers and educators, tably Schopenhauer, J ames and Dewey. A concomitant aspect of this book is a portrayal of Lichtenberg as found in his works, viz., as a student, professor, philosopher, educator, moralist, psychologist, comparative educationist, as a searcher for absolute educational truth - attainable only in a world to come. San Diego State College SVEIN 0KSENHOLT, PH. D.
- Author(s)Svein Oksenholt
- Date of Publication01/01/1963
- Place of PublicationDordrecht
- Country of PublicationNetherlands
- Content Notebiography
- Weight190 g
- Width170 mm
- Height244 mm
- Spine5 mm
- Format DetailsTrade paperback (US)
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