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PHI 130 Introduction to Philosophy: Morality and Society

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    Nov 09, 2015
    | Would highly recommend.

    Not too easy. Not too difficult.

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    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.

    Course highlights:

    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.

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