KP141 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Mein Kampf, Hitler Youth, Sports Club

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Athens and sparta: a tale of two ciies. Liberal, democraic and quite progress in terms of athenian outlook. Educators considered body and mind development equally as important. Vigorous physical exercise in order to because good ciizens. Kalokagathia (beauty strength and good judgement) (a platonic teaching based on philosophy of a bodily, moral and spiritual whole. ) Had to pay money to atend athenian educaion system. Everyone tried to educate their kids regardless of their inances but not all succeeded. 2)exemplify the greek ideal of beauty and harmony. Lyceum (typically age 6, reading wriing and arithmeics) Academy(14-18, reading wriing and arithmeics but also exposed to compeiive athleics) Athenian women received virtually no mental or physical training/educaion. Gymnasium: facility that provides both physical and intellectual educaion. Gov"t was heavily involved in educaion system unlike athen. Balance between mental and physical was not there in sparta. Physical educaion and all educaion in general was all training for war.

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