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Nietzsche und die Padagogik: Werk, Biografie und Rezeption (review)

Nietzsche und die Padagogik: Werk, Biografie und Rezeption (review) fullest. But perhaps only because we presume that his battle plans take him elsewhere and that he has wisely chosen to avoid the disentangling postmodern diatribes that are likely to undermine and countermand the roots of his own epistemological foundations. There are some areas of Nietzsche that Lampert appears to have ignored, such as Nietzsche's own self-conscious thoughts about his own imperfections. Also, Lampert devotes insufficient length to Nietzsche's elucidation and diatribe against modernity in Beyond Good and Evil. Nonetheless, this is a book that Lampert has argued with technical brilliance, and most readers are more likely than not to conclude that it is a fine book that displays the austere firepower of Lampert's erudite armory. National University of Singapore Timo Hoyer. Nietzsche und die Pädagogik: Werk, Biografie und Rezeption. Würzburg: Könighausen und Neumann, 2002. 693 pp., ISBN 3­8260-2418­4, Euros 90. CAROL DIETHE Hoyer's lengthy work gives the reader a comprehensive account of Nietzsche's views on education and of his concept of his own role as educator. The work has six chapters and is divided into two parts: "Reception and Biography" (chapters 1­2) and "Pedagogic Theory" (chapters 3­6), respectively. Hoyer points out in his Introduction that Nietzsche's dictum http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Journal of Nietzsche Studies Penn State University Press

Nietzsche und die Padagogik: Werk, Biografie und Rezeption (review)

The Journal of Nietzsche Studies , Volume 29 (1) – Sep 5, 2005

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fullest. But perhaps only because we presume that his battle plans take him elsewhere and that he has wisely chosen to avoid the disentangling postmodern diatribes that are likely to undermine and countermand the roots of his own epistemological foundations. There are some areas of Nietzsche that Lampert appears to have ignored, such as Nietzsche's own self-conscious thoughts about his own imperfections. Also, Lampert devotes insufficient length to Nietzsche's elucidation and diatribe against modernity in Beyond Good and Evil. Nonetheless, this is a book that Lampert has argued with technical brilliance, and most readers are more likely than not to conclude that it is a fine book that displays the austere firepower of Lampert's erudite armory. National University of Singapore Timo Hoyer. Nietzsche und die Pädagogik: Werk, Biografie und Rezeption. Würzburg: Könighausen und Neumann, 2002. 693 pp., ISBN 3­8260-2418­4, Euros 90. CAROL DIETHE Hoyer's lengthy work gives the reader a comprehensive account of Nietzsche's views on education and of his concept of his own role as educator. The work has six chapters and is divided into two parts: "Reception and Biography" (chapters 1­2) and "Pedagogic Theory" (chapters 3­6), respectively. Hoyer points out in his Introduction that Nietzsche's dictum

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Published: Sep 5, 2005

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