عنوان مقاله [English]
Nietzsche's encounter with modern ethics and education is rather hostile. From his point of view, the ethics of education has been long involved in a disease raised from its history and the Socratic-Christian tradition. Nietzsche aspires for eliminating this culture, which he believes has its roots in exploitive evaluations. He wants to replace it with a mastery morality in society and particularly in the classroom. But could this substitution guarantee the health of ethics in education? This article aims to analyze Nietzsche's debate on the subject, and critiques and evaluates his ideas by proposing some questions. Ironically, the paper demonstrates, it is Nietzsche's anti-democratic views that dominate the ethics of education in the contemporary capitalist societies. In fact, Nietzsche's own influence inspires the situation that he regarded as most unfavorable.