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I found this talk most interesting.

I liked the way he presented the case studies. Where the first case study lead in to the second and the second in to the third giving his lecture a smooth understandable presentation. What he presented was also interesting in itself. 

A brilliant speaker.

I have come across Bloom's work from his studies on morality and religion. I like his stuff; I have no time to listen to it now, but i'm sure I'll love this presentation. thanks for posting Dallas, and happy new year to you!

There are worse ways to invest 50 minutes in =)
He's an excellent 'professor'.

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