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PHIL 2000 Introduction to Ethics

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    Nov 15, 2016
    | Would highly recommend.

    Not too easy. Not too difficult.

    Course Overview:

    Professor Fazio was so down to earth and made learning Ethics fun and interesting. Going into the class, most students thought it would be a pointless and boring class, but Professor Fazio made it exciting and was able to relate to his students. He was not much older than most of us in the class when I was there, so he understood how stressful college could be on a student and took that into account. He made class interactive and enjoyable for all.

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    It was cool to be able to talk with the professor in the hall before class, getting to know him on a personal level as well. One thing I will always remember from his class is that all good deeds are selfish. There is no such thing as a selfless good deed because when you do a good deed, you feel good, making it selfish.

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    Advice for students:

    Go into this class with an open mind and open ears. Don't judge it before you sit down. Participate in discussions, do your homework, and you'll be fine.

    • Fall 2012
    • Fazio
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