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1997, (60 min) An excellent discussion about how the news is sculpted to present a certain viewpoint of events around the world. Featuring Noam Chomsky , Edward Herman and Justin Lewis.
Please note that these lectures were originally given as review sessions for the Princeton introductory calculus courses MAT103 and MAT104 during the 2006/7 academic year. As a result, some of the topics are covered out of order, and some sections of The Calculus Lifesaver aren't covered at all. Each lecture lasts for about 2 hours. We hope that you find them useful! RealPlayer is required to view the streaming videos.
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"For a while as an infant I certainly knew no Latin, and yet by paying attention I leaned with any fear or unpleasntness between the crooning of nburse and the teasing of jokers and the laughter of playmates. I learnt Latin without any pressure of punishment from others, since my heart urged me to produce its own thoughts...from people talking to me, in whose ears I gave birth to whatever I felt" -- Augustine, Confessions 1.14.23 This page contains links to Podcasts of readings of Latin and (ancient) Greek texts. Although many have been produced under the auspices of Haverford College, those recorded and placed in the public domain by others are also listed.