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Addresses to the German nation / Johann Gottlieb Fichte ; edited with an introduction and notes by Gregory Moore.

By: Fichte, Johann Gottlieb, 1762-1814.
Contributor(s): Moore, Gregory, 1972-.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Cambridge texts in the history of political thought. Publisher: Cambridge, UK ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2008Description: xlv, 202 p. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9780521444040; 0521444047; 9780521448734 (pbk.); 0521448735 (pbk.).Uniform titles: Reden an die deutsche Nation. English Subject(s): Education and state -- Germany | National characteristics, German | Germany -- Politics and government -- 1806-1815DDC classification: 914/MOO Online resources: Contributor biographical information | Publisher description | Table of contents only
Contents:
Preliminary remarks and overview -- On the nature of the new education in general -- Description of the new education - continued -- The principal difference between the Germans and other peoples of Teutonic descent -- Consequences of the difference that has been advanced -- Exposition of German characteristics in history -- A yet deeper understanding of the originality and Germanness of a people -- What a people is in the higher sense of the word and what is love of fatherland -- At what point existing in reality the new national education of the Germans will begin -- Towards a more exact definition of the German national education -- On whom the execution of this plan of education will devolve -- On the means of maintaining ourselves until we achieve our principal purpose -- Continuation of the reflections already begun -- Conclusion of the whole.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Preliminary remarks and overview -- On the nature of the new education in general -- Description of the new education - continued -- The principal difference between the Germans and other peoples of Teutonic descent -- Consequences of the difference that has been advanced -- Exposition of German characteristics in history -- A yet deeper understanding of the originality and Germanness of a people -- What a people is in the higher sense of the word and what is love of fatherland -- At what point existing in reality the new national education of the Germans will begin -- Towards a more exact definition of the German national education -- On whom the execution of this plan of education will devolve -- On the means of maintaining ourselves until we achieve our principal purpose -- Continuation of the reflections already begun -- Conclusion of the whole.

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