Mind, Meaning and Metaphysics
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Oh boy. Listen, if you're all about philosophy then sign yourself right up. But if you're considering this as an elective and you've heard tell of how insane general philosophy tutorials can be, you should take that very seriously. Head the warning. I somehow once got into a debate in this class once with a guy over whether or not dogs are ever actually happy to see us, actually posses any sense of emotion at all, or are just deterministic little fluffballs that want us to feed them. It was so wild.
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015
You don't need to know EVERYTHING in the subject, just force on certain areas and do your assignments on those areas.
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016
Very content heavy, you really have to focus on the readings, it is interesting but slightly challenging... Make sure you start the major assignments asap as they are worth 40%!!!