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In History of Early Modern Phil today....I was like the only one asking questions. Because I kept finding problems with what I thought where Leibniz' points, but in reality were problems with how the professor was explaining it - no easy task in itself.

I wondered...

Is it annoying that I keep raising my hand?

Or is it good since nobody else seems to give a fuck?
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therhyn From: therhyn Date: September 26th, 2001 06:53 pm (UTC) (Link)

Adventures in history of early modern phil

Personally, I don't mind when people point out problems in something. At least it gives you a new look at it. It's when the questions are both endless _and_ totally asinine that I take offense. Questions to clarify the lesson are good, but if someone needs to ask just because they have no idea what's going, that's when they should just save it for the prof's office hours and give the rest of us a break...

It really worries me when I notice that the prof has messed something up, because the next thing I think is, of course, what's s/he explaining incorrectly that I'm _missing_? Grrr, it's frustrating.

Oh, and Leibnitz was definitly an odd one. ;)
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