Not too easy. Not too difficult.
This class challenges your ideals of the world as you know it. Not only is the information riveting and way more interesting than I expected, but the profesor did a phenomal job at portraying non-subjective/non-biased explanations (which is a difficult task in a philosophy course). Overall, it was a class that involved a lot of debating and exploring difficult life questions.
I learned so many new perspectives. You really gain the tool of having an open mind to ideals that you couldn't even fathom. Also, I learned how to respectfully challenge and question other people's opinions (even if I agreed with them). This class (as I hope with all philosophy classes), made me feel as if I was growing intellectually as a person the entire time. I actually looked forward to getting up (early!) to attend.
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Most importantly, keep an open mind!