Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I am compelled to question the overall aptitude of many of the professors for the courses I have been enrolled in. The reason for this criticism is a general disregard for critical thinking and the university's ideologial agenda that is imposed upon the students. I am uncertain as to whether or not this ideological agenda (and the imposition thereof) is something that is shared by Prof. Hanson or a prerequisite requirement to be under contract as a member of their faculty. This aside, I found the course to be somewhat engaging.
The general theme for this course seems to be theories in ethics. Perhaps the highlight of the course was my research in analyzing and drafting a philosophical antithesis between Kantian Theory and Virtue Theory.
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Advice for students:
Question everything (intellectually, of course). Critical thinking without bias is essential in order to develop credible hypotheses.