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Always Do the Reading
Great Intro to the Subject
Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I would recommend this course to my peers who are and aren't pursuing philosophy as their major or minor. This course covers a variety of readings that encompass Mesoamerican Cosmovision to the Theory and Forms from Plato, The Phaedo.
Our professor gave great feedback on our explications. They are not easy to master and yet she provides us many opportunities to improve. This course reveals to all students our ability to obtain a unique skill such as culture reflective distance. I learned how valuable class discussions are to my overall class experience. Class discussions were built upon constructive questions, and this enabled us to successfully analysis and dissect the material assigned.
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Advice for students:
When you take this course, I encourage you to keep your mind open. Read the material slowly and careful. There will be some readings that you will find difficult to understand, ask your professor to explain what you not quite grasp. Also, explications are not as straightforward nor as complicated as you may think of them to be. Reach out to your professor for feedback and I promise you, you will find yourself enjoying every component that makes up this particular class.