Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I highly recommend that everyone looks into this course when attending Alfred State College. You get to learn things from other people's point of views. Going into the class, I wasn't really interested in Philosophy. It's like after the very first class, I didn't want to stop learning. I would take this class again if I had the choice to. As time went on and classes flew by, I started to pick up a lot of concepts and understanding. This course keeps you thinking inside and outside of the classroom.
My favorite part of the course is the reflection papers. Every week we had to come to class with a 1-2 page reflection on what we learned that week or what was most important to us. This was a good time to show the professor how creative your mind was. I learned a lot about famous philosophers that had really interesting views on certain things.
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Advice for students:
When taking this philosophy course, you should do every reading that the professor assigns to you. I say this to say that the professor gives a lot of pop quizzes on the previous reading assignments. If you do the readings every time, I guarantee that you will pass the course with flying colors.