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About proftp

I teach political science and bioethics as an adjunct at a CUNY school.

Pol 341: Videos!

Hello, all. Here are a couple of videos in lieu of Monday’s class; we’ll (try to) incorporate the issues raised in these vids into class discussions. The Battle Over Abortion in Northern Ireland (12:56): Inside Mississippi’s Lone Abortion Clinic (15:40): … Continue reading

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Leh 355 Bioethics: Videos!

NOTE: You have until May 18 to leave a comment. ~~~ *Update* For those who want an extra point or two, go ahead and comment/ask a question in the comment section, below; I’ll respond on this site. Also: feel free … Continue reading

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Leh 355: Study guide (+link)

First, thanks to Mayra for alerting me to the fact that the link to Stem Cell Basics wasn’t working: this is the correct link. (You can either click on the pdf link to get the entire document, including glossary, or … Continue reading

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Leh 355: Quiz guide

S16 Quiz guide: 20 will appear on the quiz 1. How many chromosomes total are contained in a cell of a member of Homo sapiens? 2. Which cells are haploid? 3. Which cells are diploid 4. Which chromosome has the … Continue reading

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Pol 266: A little bit of cultcha’

Video Berlin history 3 of 15 Berlin history 7 of 15 (begin at 4:20) Berlin history 10 of 15 (to 5:00) Bauhaus documentary (in 3 parts) Art & architecture Metropolitan Museum of Modern Art The Bauhaus MoMA German Expressionism, including … Continue reading

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Pol 266: Notes

As promised, here are my notes for Schmitt’s fourth chapter: Ch 4 Irrationalist Theories of the Direct Us of Force [65-76] 65: note that this is about ideal circumstances, in order to see moral predicament, and strength, of parl -even … Continue reading

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Pol 266: Maps! Maps! Maps!

The University of Texas, Austin’s Perry-CasteƱeda’s Library contains a terrific online collection of maps, which you access here. Poke around—it’s a great way to waste time! For our course purposes, I direct you to the following [set of] maps in … Continue reading

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