By M. Hofstetter
Through the past due eighteenth century, universities in England and Germany had misplaced their feel of goal. The romantics then offered them with a brand new one, a brand new concept of a college. In Germany, Johann Gottlieb Fichte and others under pressure that universities needs to train extra successfully; in England, Coleridge and Wordsworth hooked up to the German inspiration a wish to hold the schools a part of England's nationwide church.
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56 Wesley had done what the Cambridge Apostles and the Oxford Tractarians would do in the nineteenth century. Since the existing curriculum did not offer enough in divinity, they set out to study it on their own and established a separate society within the university to do so. Like these later groups, the Oxford Methodists were not trying to reform the entire university; instead, they sought to educate each other. Georgian Oxford was simply not ready for such a club. If they had merely gone drinking and hunting, allowances could have been made for them.
71 Knox, moreover, agreed that the colleges failed to ﬁll the pedagogical gap left by lazy professors. Colleges failed in their duty to supply students with a morally sound environment. Here, of course, English universities took on a responsibility which German ones did not event pretend to accept. Germany students lived (and still live) largely on their own, scattered throughout a university town. German universities left them to their own devices when it came to housing and the regulation of their lives.
Two years after ascending to the throne, Frederick Wilhelm dismissed Karl Abraham von Zedlitz from his post as Minister of Cultural and Educational Affairs. Kant had enjoyed a good relationship with von Zedlitz and dedicated his Critique of Pure Reason to him. In place of von Zedlitz, the new king appointed Johann Christoph Wöllner, who immediately instituted censorship against free thinking. 33 Having spent much of his career assaulting dogmatic concepts of religion, Kant had little stomach for Wöllner.