Puerile.
But then, I suppose that's what introductory courses are meant to be. The lecturer's flippancy towards the subject is off-putting, however. I am no fundamentalist, but a modicum of respect might be expected when dealing with such matters. But it is not to be. He seems much more interested in getting the odd cheap laugh from the undergraduates than in treating the subject earnestly. I could not make it past lecture six.
holographeme via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/01/12
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