Pfohl earned his PhD here, from the Ohio State University (go Buckeyes) and is now Chair of the Sociology department at Boston College where he teaches courses on social theory, deviance and social control, postmodernity, social psychoanalysis, criminology, and the sociology of technology, art, and culture. He has been referred to as a counterpoint to Stephen Hawking.
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For a moment there were twelve planets in our solar system and now there are only eight. What a great example of how mutable our definitions can be, which only furthers the proof that what we consider to be fact is purely subjective. Goodbye Pluto.