Marvin Levich, Professor of Philosophy and Humanities at Reed College, has taught for nearly 60 years (1953 – present). He is well known for his profound and acute connections with philosophy and the history of same. Generations—literally, the plural—of students have rejoiced in, and beneﬁtted career-wise from his teachings and writings. Levich has received an E. Harris Harbison award from the Danforth Foundation for being one of the top ten best scholar- teachers in America. He once debated the consummate conservative William F. Buckley Jr. in a formal setting, with many attendees concluding that Levich was the victor. He has served as Vice-President-Provost of Reed College, in this way installing a great many pro-faculty programs and institutional policies, much of which being solidly in effect to this day.
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