Pretty easy, overall.
I would, because the subject itself is so fascinating. It makes you think about things that may have never crossed your mind, and it helps you to look at things in many different perspectives.
I learned about fallacies and how they're applied in everyday life, philosophical experiments and how they mocked and predicted human behavior. I learned about the philosophers that shaped the subject, and how for those men and women, philosophy was their whole life.
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Advice for students:
If you don't like your mind being challenged, don't take the course. Philosophy requires you to think about things that aren't typical, and if you're uncomfortable stepping outside of your normal thought process, you will not like this course.