Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Sapolsky the Brilliant

I have enjoyed reading this guy's books ever since I picked up his books, Why Zebras Don't get Ulcers, and A Primate's Memoire, in a second-hand store, ages ago.

I'm ecstatic to see that Stanford University has uploaded all 25 lectures of a class he taught last year on human behavioural biology, about 36 hours in total, plus a bunch of other videos in which he lectures. Such a pleasure. I could listen to /watch him teach all day long (and have been).

Very lucid guy. He makes life in a humanantigravitysuit start to make a lot more sense.

Here is a link to the whole list of his videos/lectures.

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