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Frederick Beiser

Full name

Frederick Charles Beiser

Alternative names

Fred Beiser, Frederick C. Beiser

Presence at Shimer

1971

Presence on Earth

1949–

BA

Shimer College 1971

BA

Oxford University 1973

D.Phil.

Oxford University 1980

Role(s)

Mount Carroll period alum

Frederick Beiser was a student at Shimer College in the late Mount Carroll period, graduating in 1971.

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Frederick Beiser (b. 1949) is a leading authority on Hegel and German Romantic thought, and the editor of the Cambridge Companion to Hegel. He holds bachelor's degrees from both Shimer College, where he studied in the Oxford study abroad program, and Oxford University's Oriel College. His doctorate is from Oxford's Wolfson College. Beiser's first book, The Fate of Reason (1987), won the Thomas J. Wilson prize. He currently teaches at Syracuse University. (from Shimer College Wiki)

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Between his bachelor's and graduate degrees, Beiser studied from 1974 to 1975 at the London School of Economics.

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