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Great Intro to the Subject
Lots of Writing
This class was tough.
The professor was obviously very knowledgeable about the readings we were required to do and their modern applications, but also very passionate about them. This made it easy to learn from his lectures because they were interesting to listen to.
I learned a lot about the different ways in which different philosophers tried to define what is good, what is just. This was the main theme of this class, and with every unit we learned different exercises and perspectives in which we can attempt to answer this question. That is why I liked this class: it wasn't for u to be swayed to one form of thinking or another, we learned all forms so that we could exercise our brains and practice thinking in different ways.
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Advice for students:
Listen to the lectures and take good notes. He writes everything on the board then erases it so there's no electronic notes. You have to create them yourself. And really do the readings. Don't just skim. This will help you immensely.