Not too easy. Not too difficult.
It's a great introductory course to ethics and different schools of philosophy, but if those aren't topics you have any interest in you may find yourself struggling.
We covered the moral philosophies of various schools of thought, using texts by Nietzche, Socrates, Mills and a few others, and discussed them at length during class periods.
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Advice for students:
The class isn't super heavy on outside assignments, but you will have to do a lot of reading on your own- the texts aren't the easiest to understand in some cases, so it may take some time to get through. There were only two large assignments, both five-page essays, but they accounted for most of my final grade so blowing them off would be a mistake.