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Frederick Neuhouser is Professor of Philosophy at Barnard College, Columbia University. Prior to joining Columbia as a faculty member, where he was a doctoral student, Professor Neuhouser taught at Harvard, University of California, San Diego and Cornell University.
Professor Neuhouser's teaching and research focus on German Idealism and Continental Social Theory . His first book Fichte's Theory of Subjectivity (Cambridge UP) was published in 1990. His recent book Actualizing Freedom: Foundations of Hegel's Social Theory (Harvard) argues for the centrality of 'social freedom' in Hegel's political thought. His current work is centred on Rousseau, especially on notions of recognition, self-love (amour propre) and rationality.
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