Andreas Teuber

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Andreas Teuber is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Brandeis University. He studied under Paul Grice at Oxford University and at Harvard University with philosophers John Rawls and Robert Nozick.[1][2] Teuber is also a Member and Fellow of the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, NJ.

In an earlier career, Teuber was an actor. As an Oxford University student, he performed opposite Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor in the 1967 film Doctor Faustus, where he garnered favorable reviews as Mephistopheles in a production that saw few good marks.[3] He also guest-starred on the TV series I Spy and The Big Valley.[4]

Academic work[edit]

Teuber holds a B.A. and a Ph.D from Harvard University.

He has published a number of more general popular works, including:

  • Teuber, Andreas. Twenty One Legal Puzzlers: A Series of Short Takes and Murder Mysteries in Criminal, Civil and Constitutional Law Complete with Commentaries. Focus Publishing, 2005.
  • Teuber, Andreas. "Christopher Marlowe's Dr. Faustus in Performance." Shakespeare and the Classroom XIII. 1 (2005).
  • Teuber, Andreas. "Dr. Faustus on Stage and Film." Marlowe's Dr. Faustus. Ed. Lake, James & Ribner, Irving. Pullins and Company, 2004


  1. ^ Lawrence A Blum, "Moral perception and particularity" Cambridge University Press, 1994. ISBN 0-521-43028-3 "Acknowledgments"
  2. ^ John Borneman, "Belonging in the Two Berlins: Kin, State, Nation" Cambridge University Press, 1992. ISBN 0-521-41589-6 "Introduction"
  3. ^ Renata Adler, "Screen: Faustus Sells His Soul Again:Burtons and Oxford Do the Devil's Work", New York Times, 7 Feb. 1968
  4. ^ Kelly, Kevin. "Andreas Teuber's work at Poets' Theater reflects his split identity - and open mind." Boston Globe. Sept. 4, 1992.

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