Portland State University. Department of History
Date of Publication
Master of Arts (M.A.) in History
Hermann Lietz (1868-1919), Deutsche Landerziehungsheime, Education -- Germany -- History
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The subject of this thesis is Hermann Lietz and the Landerziehungsheime.
Its purpose is to discover the sources of the Heime in Lietz's life and thought. It seeks to answer the basic question, "Why did Lietz become an educator and what were his motives in establishing the Landerziehungsheime?" The thesis is divided, generally, into three sections. The first attempts to isolate and reconstruct those events in Lietz's biography which were decisive in the shaping of the educator. The second part investigates certain aspects of the thought of J. G. Fichte, P. de Lagarde end R. Eucken, the three major intellectual influences upon the development of Lietz's idealistic Weltanschauung. The third section considers the Landerziehungsheim itself as a result of the interaction between Lietz' s concrete life experience and his philosophical-religious world-view.
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Flanagan, John Daniel, "Hermann Lietz and the Landerziehungsheime" (1974). Dissertations and Theses. Paper 2172.
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