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Foundations of Modern Social Theory
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4.2 stars from 109 ratings
Speaker too hard to understand
I can't understand this guy. I'm sure the content is good. Wish they would have chosen a native english speaker.
IanRobinson777 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/16/17
stopdd via Apple Podcasts · China · 09/26/14
He should fact-check
I got as far as the second lecture, in which he gave a precis of Elizabethan English history to explain the background for Hobbs. It appears that the professor didn't know the difference between Avignon and Aragon (Henry VIII's first wife was Catherine of Avignon) or between Mary I and Mary Queen...Read full review »
Cccccccccxxxxx via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/22/13
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