Nietzsche (as) educator

  title={Nietzsche (as) educator},
  author={Babette Babich},
  journal={Educational Philosophy and Theory},
  pages={871 - 885}
  • Babette Babich
  • Published 2019
  • Philosophy
  • Educational Philosophy and Theory
There has been no shortage of readers who take Nietzsche as educator (cf., for a by no means exhaustive list: Allen, 2017; Aviram, 1991; Bell, 2007; Cooper 1983; Fairfield, 2017; Fitzsimons, 2007; Gordon, 1980; Havenstein, 1921; Johnston, 2005; Lemco, 1992; L€ ow, 1984; Murphy, 1984; Peters, Marshall, & Smeyers, 2001; Rattner, 1994; Rosenow, 2000; Solms-Laubach, 2012, 139f, etc.). Thus the phrase appears as part of the editorial essay that prefaces Why Nietzsche Now? ‘The Prophet of Our… Expand
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