Self–Education and University
Samoobrazovanje i univerzitet
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In an attempt to articulate the link between the “ideas” of university and selfeducation, the authors of this paper firstly set forth the classical understanding of education that precedes the conception of selfeducation. The second part deals with Nietzsche’s rigorous under standing of selfeducation as the most consequent and most farreaching intervention in the concept of education so far. The third part is exploring the example of Derrida’s wavering in regard to university activity and efficacity and signals the modern “antinomies” of legitimising its status. It is concluded that not only exterior challenges, but also the paradoxical tasks a university sets for itself, appertain to the very constitution of the university model which readily relied on the tradition of selfeducation, and that the relation between the visions of university and selfeducation, is not devoid of intrinsic tensions, though it is often thought of these as mutually underpinning.