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  • thatresulted in large part from Summers' conflict with Cornel West, financial conflict of interestquestions regarding his relationship with Andrei Shleifer, and a 2005 speech in which he suggested that the under-representation of women in science and engineering could be due to a "different availability of aptitude at the high end," and less to patterns of discrimination and socialization.
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    2. 2. A lecture byMelih Arat melih@meliharat.com The story of Lawrence Summers  Summers also served as the 27th President of Harvard University from 2001 to 2006. Summers resigned as Harvard's president in the wake of a no-confidence vote by Harvard faculty.
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    6. 6. Daniel Goleman
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    9. 9. A lecture byMelih Arat melih@meliharat.com The New School
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    11. 11. A lecture byMelih Arat melih@meliharat.com The Implementations of Information Revolution
    12. 12. A lecture byMelih Arat melih@meliharat.com The Information Age and Followers  Internet  Bloggers  E-mail Protests  hAck-tivists  The Obama Campaign
    13. 13. A lecture byMelih Arat melih@meliharat.com The function of Hierarchies
    14. 14. A lecture byMelih Arat melih@meliharat.com Lord of the flies
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    16. 16. A lecture byMelih Arat melih@meliharat.com Resistance
    17. 17. A lecture byMelih Arat melih@meliharat.com Inhumanity
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    20. 20. A lecture byMelih Arat melih@meliharat.com The Five Types of Followers
    21. 21. A lecture byMelih Arat melih@meliharat.com Isolates (The story of non-voters)
    22. 22. A lecture byMelih Arat melih@meliharat.com Bystanders (Nazi Germany)
    23. 23. A lecture byMelih Arat melih@meliharat.com Participants (Merck-Viocs)
    24. 24. A lecture byMelih Arat melih@meliharat.com Activists (Cardinal Law-Child Abuse-Keep Faith Group)
    25. 25. A lecture byMelih Arat melih@meliharat.com Diehards (Operation Anaconda – Below Ordinary Commanders in Tora Bora)
    26. 26. A lecture byMelih Arat melih@meliharat.com The Characteristics of a good follower
    27. 27. A lecture byMelih Arat melih@meliharat.com The future follower
    28. 28. A lecture byMelih Arat melih@meliharat.com The future follower
    29. 29. A lecture byMelih Arat melih@meliharat.com The future follower

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