Pretty easy, overall.
This course was called "Minds and Machines" and it explored the definition of intelligence and consciousness in great detail. I don't believe I will ever take a more interesting, comprehensive course. It allowed us to look at things through an entirely different lens, through several philosophical perspectives.
The highlight of this course was definitely how open-ended the material was. It hardly depended on memorization, and instead emphasized critical thinking and debate, and welcomed different interpretations of philosophical works. We familiarized ourselves with the works of Socrates, Descartes, Turing, and more.
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Advice for students:
Note-taking is essential to this course because the lectures are jam-packed with useful information. Essay-writing skills should be good, as you'll be asked to defend your interpretations of these works.