|“Elsipogtog” by Fanny Aaisha|
“Freedom is acquired by conquest, not by gift. It must be pursued constantly and responsibly. Freedom is not an ideal located outside of man; nor is it an idea which becomes myth. It is rather the indispensable condition for the quest for human completion.” -Pablo Freire (“Pedagogy of the Oppressed”)
as much knowledge and education as possible—leading to the greatest possible production and demand—leading to the greatest happiness: that’s the formula. Here we have Utility as the goal and purpose of education, or more precisely Gain: the highest possible income … Culture is tolerated only insofar as it serves the cause of earning money. (“On The Future Of Our Educational Institutions”)
|Mid-October 1871. From left: Erwin Rohde, Karl von Gersdorff, Nietzsche. With his friends, Nietzsche was able to freely express the isolation he experienced in Academia. Only through such unhindered expression can we explore such topics.|
Now who’s stopping you?