Monthly Archives: October 2010

A Second Taste of My Online Ethics Course Rhetoric

Not as dramatic this time around, but nonetheless instructive, I hope. I wrote this “piece” (entitled, “Outlining the ‘First Essay’ of Nietzsche’s Genealogy“) earlier this evening as part of the tenth week of the online ethics course I’m teaching for … Continue reading

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amazing!

http://gizmodo.com/5670017/student-hides-rick-astleys-song-in-college-paper

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update to justin’s icp post

http://www.guardian.co.uk/music/2010/oct/09/insane-clown-posse-christians-god sorry the link thing don’t work…you’ll have to cut and paste :/

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A Taste of My Overly Dramatic Online Ethics Course Rhetoric

I wrote the below sometime between two and three this morning. Titled, “Written Lecture: Framing Mill’s Utilitarianism”, it is an example of the weekly instructional content I post for the online ethics course I am teaching for UCD this term. … Continue reading

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