Pretty easy, overall.
This course was a traditional style lecture. Mr. Robinson didn't use technology in the class room, because he definitely didn't need to rely on that to enhance the subject. He was extremely knowledgeable.
The highlights were the different anecdotes the professor used to help the class actually learn. You learned while you were having fun. I learned about Plato's point of view, Aristotle, Hume, Berkeley. So many more philosophers were introduced, and you learn about their main ideas. My favorite was Plato's Forms, because his perspective was something I'd heard about before but never learned. I've taken various philosopher's ideas, and incorporated them into my own life.
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Advice for students:
Show up! Cliché but true. All of the notes you take in class will be the most helpful tool when taking tests through the semester. It's not a requirement, but highly recommended! Also, participate in class discussions, because it's interesting to hear your peer's opinions.