Nietzsche, the Apaches, and Stanford: The hidden agenda of education for difference

Lammi, Walter
June 1991
Academic Questions;Summer91, Vol. 4 Issue 3, p29
Academic Journal
Explains why courses on multicultural education were removed at Stanford University. Hidden agenda of multicultural education; Course description; Purpose of the courses; Inclusion of Nietzsche's `Beyond Good and Evil' in the course; Identification of moral probity with intellectual judgment.


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