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Always Do the Reading
Great Intro to the Subject
Not too easy. Not too difficult.
This course is very enlightening and encourages students to think about things in their lives that they may not have thought about before.
I have learned about the Problem of Change, as well as many solutions to it. I have read the Republic of Plato and a book on the philosophy of Aristotle, and have learned the many nuances of their beliefs, such as Plato's belief in the world of forms vs. the physical world, and his answer to the question: What is justice? As for Aristotle, I have the four causes of change and other "substances." From this course overall, I have learned to question things and figure out why they are true, rather than blindly accepting facts.
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Advice for students:
Always keep up on the reading, and make sure you understand more or less what is going on in the text. Also, take thorough notes, and when the professor writes something on the board, write it down!