Hegel’s concept of education from the point of view of his idea of ‘second nature’

  title={Hegel’s concept of education from the point of view of his idea of ‘second nature’},
  author={Jure Zovko},
  journal={Educational Philosophy and Theory},
  pages={652 - 661}
  • J. Zovko
  • Published 12 May 2018
  • Education
  • Educational Philosophy and Theory
Abstract This article explores Hegels concept of education within the context of his idea of ‘second nature’. Hegel believes that institutional life forms, which have been formed through education, culture, technical and social progress, constitute the ‘second nature’ of human beings. The immediacy of institutional forms which act as humans’ ‘second nature’ is the product of social and cultural mediation. The phenomenon of morality is here of central importance, because through morality the… 
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