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Frederick Beiser 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 Shimer College, where he studied in the Oxford study abroad program, and from Oxford's Oriel College. His doctorate is from Oxford's Wolfson College. His first book, The Fate of Reason (1987), won the Thomas J. Wilson prize. Beiser currently teaches at Syracuse University. (from Shimer College Wiki)
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