...and that, according to Jenny Saul (Sheffield), suggests that "[I]f you can avoid teaching/discussing [him], that may be the best strategy." This calls to mind that other remarkable endorsement of educational malpractice by James Sterba (Notre Dame), namely, that one should not teach Thomas Pogge because of his (unrelated) alleged misconduct. I am curious what readers make of proposals like this. Is there some merit in them I am missing? Or are they as outrageous as they seem from the standpoint of responsible teaching and research?