Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I would recommend this course to anyone that is willing to acknowledge their own biases. Any student that has an overload of questions about why people think the way they do and the origin of certain behaviors would love this class. Even if a student does not have a particular interest in those things, any open-minded person can learn to appreciate Philosophy of the Human within the first week.
I gained knowledge about some philosophers' beliefs. I also learned about the origin of certain behaviors and why they might exist. In a way, Philosophy is like a history class because you do learn about the past connected to current events.
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Advice for students:
Be open minded and do the work. As with most classes, if you simply do the work and show that you care, you will pass. Even if you are struggling the professor will help any student that asks for it and shows zeal.