Mr. Sherlock was my ESL teacher in the early 90s. He took the class to Mount Pleasant Cemetary on a school trip and we visited the resting place of Glenn Gould. Almost twenty years later I rediscovere
Made us read The Abolition of Man - I was able to impress my univ. prof with it. Great course sir. Thanx!
Ah, sherlock...very subliminally insultive to students, but most don't get it. Too biased to teach philosophy. Turns philosophy into religion class. Easy marker
Understands concepts of human dignity and respect. Great person. Needs more variety in philosophical content. Unforgettable class/teacher. In uni now; I miss his class a lot.
Treated me really good, even though I once insulted him! A quiet but really smart man who treats you with respect, even if you don't deserve it.
Really nice teacher who cares about his students. A little dry at times, but knows what he's talking about. Really committed! Takes the catholic stuff seriously!
One of my more interesting classes. Makes you think about the basics!
Sir, ur class was quite an interestin one. I'm still mad at the tree thing...Sir, really give it to a family this yr...we ARE a Catholic School u know. :P
Boethius? He'd love it! Where else can you read Boethius in high school. Had a great time in this class and learned a lot.
wowzers, his class rocked! the conversations were unending! his attempt to keep students awake in class was to open all the windows! BRRR!
You never answered my questions about the existence of God. Please stop hating vampires...what did they everdo to you?