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Always Do the Reading
Great Intro to the Subject
Not too easy. Not too difficult.
The Liberal Arts program has grown a lot since I graduated, but this is one of the classical foundations courses that anyone in any program should take. It explores philosophy in a way that really focuses on developing your way of thinking about posited problems.
I gained a great foundation in philosophical texts, and learned the skills I needed to write essays in a logical format. This really helped later on as I took socio-legal courses.
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Advice for students:
It's a required course (or was when I went to NYU). Treat it like you would any required class- get through it, but know that how you take this type of course will help determine how well you take other courses in your later major classes.