Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I would recommend this course if you are interested in critical thinking about why the world around us is the way it is, and how conscious and unconscious social norms can be linked to major theories by famous philosophers. The course was very interesting, with readings by a multitude of scholars who wrote plainly their thoughts and ideas about the systems of our world.
The highlights of this course were the readings; I honestly was not interested in this course in the beginning because I did not want my personal beliefs to be challenged or ridiculed. However, the Professor never once mentioned religion during the semester, instead he assigned readings to us about different interesting topics and allowed us to discuss them freely in class debates that we had three times out of the semester. The workload was very light; the professor was more interested in making us think critically about the information we learned.
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My advice would be to make sure to make time for the readings, depending on your assignments from your professor, you will need to take thorough notes and make sure you fully understand the theories of the different scholars; the readings can be lengthy sometimes and you may need to reread to understand the main point of what the author is trying to emphasize.