Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Philosophy attempts to answer questions on issues who's solution cant be measured or fully falsified and done with the tools of reason. For example, What is Love? What is right or wrong? Is there a God?
The biggest highlight of the course was learning about the famous trial of Socrates. A Citizen of Athens who was put to death by the state for questioning the accepted standards set forth by those in power. I learned that truth will always try to be cast out by its opposition, whether right or wrong
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Advice for students:
Take plenty of notes, do the reading, go to the SI sessions, dont skip class, and visit the professor during office hours if needed. Also, drinking coffee is a good idea so you can stay sharp during the lecture. These concepts can be hard to grasp and mentally draining.