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Always Do the Reading
Great Intro to the Subject
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!