Hegel's Educational Theory and Practice

British Journal of Educational Studies 44 (2):181 - 199 (1996)
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This article examines four related aspects of Hegel's approach to the teaching of philosophy and to the philosophy of the teacher. Specifically, it highlights some of the views Hegel expressed on education in general whilst Rector of the Nuremberg gymnasium; describes his opinions on the place of philosophy within the school curriculum and the structure of the philosophy course which he designed for his pupils; examines the pedagogy which he employed in teaching his system of philosophy; and offers preliminary comments on his insights into the contradictions which resist the abstract identity of the teacher.
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