darwin cliff notes

Alex Duncan (aduncan@mail.utexas.edu)
6 Nov 1995 13:03:53 GMT

In article <hubey.815441236@pegasus.montclair.edu> H. M. Hubey,
hubey@pegasus.montclair.edu writes:

>From about 8 yrs of education during 19th century we've
>gone to about 14. In a couple of hundred years it might
>be 24. With that kind of education, the only room for
>verbiage school Darwin will be in Cliff's notes in high
>school just like Shakespeare, Plato and Aristotle.

Your suggestion that all of this material deserves no better than
"Reader's Digest" treatment explains a lot about you. Occasionally I
have a glimmer of hope that you're not a complete ignoramous. You've
dashed it.

Alex Duncan
Dept. of Anthropology
University of Texas at Austin
Austin, TX 78712-1086