Teaching Evaluations for Socrates

 Posted by on 24 March 2007 at 5:13 am  Academia, Funny
Mar 242007
 

If Socrates Had to Undergo Teaching Evaluations by His Students:

“He always keeps talking about these figures in a cave, like they really have anything to do with the real world. Give me a break! I spend serious money for my education and I need something I can use in the real world, not some b.s. about shadows and imaginary trolls who live in caves.”

“Also, I believe this Republic that Prof. Socrates wants to design — as if anyone really wants to let this dreadful little man design an entire city — is nothing but a plan for a hegemonic, masculinist empire that will dominate all of Greece and enforce its own values and beliefs on the diverse communities of our multicultural society.”

“My first thought about this class was: this guy is really ugly. Then I thought, well, he’s just a little hard on the eyes. Finally, I came to see that he was kind of cute. Before I used to judge everyone based on first impressions, but I learned that their outward appearances can be seen in different ways through different lenses.”

Heh.

   
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