And hopefully in any lectures on Moore's Law, the students learn that Moore's Law refers to transistors on a die, not the speed of the chips. This 36-core chip probably jumps ahead of Moore's Law a bit, as it's got to be a fairly large die.
Moore's Law refers to the number of components per integrated circuit for minimum cost. Note that this is basically transistor density and is not impacted by core size. Silicon defects and transistor size determine the optimal number of components per IC.
A quote from Wikipedia,
Moore himself wrote only about the density of components, "a component being a transistor, resistor, diode or capacitor," at minimum cost.