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Alfred Baeumler (November 19, 1887 in Neustadt an der Tafelfichte (Nové Město pod Smrkem), Bohemia – March 19, 1968 in Eningen unter Achalm, near Reutlingen), was a German philosopher and pedagogue. From 1924 he taught at the Technische Universität Dresden, at first as an unsalaried lecturer Privatdozent. Bäumler was made associate professor (Extraordinarius) in 1928 and full professor (Ordinarius) a year later. From 1933 he taught philosophy and political education in Berlin as the director of the Institute for Political Pedagogy.





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