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How applied pugilistic ideology might be used against Guillermo Gonzalez at Iowa State – Part II of an interview with Dr. Ivan A. Conway Moore, Ph.E.

How might Iowa State University President Geoffrey apply pugilistic ideology in his June 6th decision concerning tenuring of Christian Professor Guillermo Gonzalez? Dr. Moore offers his expert opinion. Read more MOORE…
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6 Responses to How applied pugilistic ideology might be used against Guillermo Gonzalez at Iowa State – Part II of an interview with Dr. Ivan A. Conway Moore, Ph.E.

  1. Brilliant and prophetic! I would be very surprised if the president of ISU doesn’t take Dr. Conway Moore’s advice.

  2. It will be interesting to see which of the three devices takes precedent: (1) the policy no; (2) the committee no; or (3) the you’re-too-stupid no (formulated more diplomatically as “those outside the academy cannot appreciate how to balance all the variables in a tenure decision”).

  3. Is it tax-deductible?

    But anyway, thank you Dr. Finch, I´ll see if it will work this time.

    Regards!

  4. Yes. You can deduct all contributions to The BRITES from your personal income tax.

    Consult your income tax advisor to see whether or not it is legal to do so.

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