Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I would recommend this course mainly because the subject matter and the discussions that come from it are truly interesting. Also, the professor I had, Michelle Catlin, was a great professor who was truly knowledgeable about the readings. She was very understanding and very kind when dealing with students even when she didn't agree necessarily.
My favorite part of the class was reading The Republic by Plato and discussing the various forms of justice. One piece of information that has always stuck with me is that a character in the piece, named Thrasymachus said that justice is the interest of the stronger. I find this to be true in some ways today and feel that we need to work to change it.
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Read the course material, be engaged in class, and most importantly be involved.