Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I love this course. The professor will challenge the way you think, open your mind to new ideas, and help you understand the theories when asked for clarification. Every time there was a new concept being thrown in, we would do a summary and clear up questions that needed to be answered before moving on. There was also a very safe environment established for people to feel like they can be vocal about their opinions on the theories we learned about.
I learned about Utilitarianism, Libertarianism, Kant's Moral Theory, Market Critique's POV, Aristotle, Catholicism, and more. The professor included a few textbooks that paired well with the coursework and also assigned current news articles of the student's choice to help understand the reading assignments better. I learned to be open minded about different theories and that each one we learned about had their extremes and it is okay to have a collective standpoint from all of the theories.
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Advice for students:
I would suggest that students keep up with the reading assignments and do not fall behind. Everyday that the reading should be done, it is discussed in class and helps everyone understand the text better. It is beneficial to also take notes during these class discussions for future tests and reflections.