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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Fichte, Johann Gottlieb, 1762-1814.
Addresses to the German nation.
New York, Harper & Row 
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Johann Gottlieb Fichte
|Language Note:||Translation of Reden an die deutsche Nation.|
|Notes:||Translation of Reden an die deutsche Nation.|
|Description:||xxxv, 228 pages 21 cm.|
|Contents:||First address: Introduction and general study --
Second address: The general nature of the new education --
Third address: Description of the new education (continued) --
Fourth address: The chief difference between the Germans and the other peoples of Teutonic descent --
Fifth address: The consequences of the difference that has been indicated --
Sixth address: German characteristics as exhibited in history --
Seventh address: A closer study of the originality and characteristics of a people --
Eighth address: What is a people in the higher meaning of the word, and what is love of fatherland? --
Ninth address: The starting-point that actually exists for the new national education of the Germans --
Tenth address: Further definition of the German national education --
Eleventh address: On whom will the carrying out of this scheme of education devolve? --
Twelfth address: Concerning the means for our preservation until we attain our main object --
Thirteenth address: The same subject further considered --
Fourteenth address: Conclusion.
|Series Title:||European perspectives.; Harper torchbooks, 1366.|
|Other Titles:||Reden an die deutsche Nation.|
|Responsibility:||Edited with an introd. by George Armstrong Kelly.|