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Foundations of Modern Social Theory
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4.2 stars from 30 ratings
This professor is just a star
I love the way the professor lectures! He is a story teller and I love the academic gossip he gives in between :) I am learning a lot!
femine bronte via Apple Podcasts · Turkey · 04/22/20
I got as far as the lecture on Hobbs, and was horrified to find that the professor made several mistakes in this presentation of English history during the Elizabethan era. For instance, his powerpoint states that Henry XVIII's first wife was Catherine of Avignon, instead of Aragon, and that...Read full review »
Cccccccccxxxxx via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/10/12
Excelente Curso
Creo es una serie de clases maravillosas, dando una perspectiva bien sintetizada de la filosofía política
Alvaro Herrera via Apple Podcasts · Mexico · 04/30/12
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