Talk:Richard Shusterman

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NPOV[edit]

The article as presently written reads like a testimonial. Suggest it be given a neutral rewrite. Raymondwinn (talk) 04:51, 9 May 2010 (UTC)

WP:NOT#JARGON[edit]

The article fails to use standard language or define technical terms.

WP:NOT PAPERS[edit]

The article attempts to introduce concepts not commonly accepted as areas of academic study.

WP:NOTTEXTBOOK[edit]

The article as presently "written" is incomprehensible to almost anyone with a standard understanding of the English language. I honestly cannot tell if this article is meant to be satire about academic writing, or if the person writing this really believed s/he was communicating. I am tempted to contact the university to confirm that this professor actually exists.