This class was tough.
I would definitely recommend this course, because Professor Cureton is passionate about the lessons he teaches which fires students up for discussion and collaborative learning activities. The topics that are discussed are heavy, moral disputes that have withstood objection since humans could comprehend them. It's very intriguing!
The tools that you gained from taking Philosophy courses are valuable in and out of the classroom, which is why I consider it the most enjoyable subjects to learn. It involves constant reevaluations of your own beliefs and the beliefs that exist in others. My favorite aspect of the course was having the opportunity to craft my own beliefs on paper and having the tools to support my views with strong evidence. It's a growing experience for sure!
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Advice for students:
Go to every class and take thorough notes so that when you look back at them, you can have a clear understanding of every topic. The subject matter can get confusing, because it involves questions that we do not usually contemplate on our own (unless you have the mind of a philosopher).