Onanology 239: Principles of Onanology
Analysis of onanological fundamentals from multiple perspectives. What is onanology? What can it tell us about itself? If it were a thing, what kind of thing would it be? Requires HP 876 pencil. Students must demonstrate ability to ‘think outside box.'
Course Materials: The End of Onanology by Anne Sukov, Penguin 3rd edition; "Onanology?" by Arthur Pendson, 5th edition; "Post-Onanological ‘p'erspectives" by jar'r'i, woodcut version; Rubick's Cube Made Easy by Sylvester Bempis.
Prerequisites: Onanology 136: Onanology for Today's World & one of:
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