PHL132 Unit Reader - Happiness, Goodness and Justice

Macquarie University

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PHL 132 Happiness, Goodness and Justice

Department of Philosophy Unit Reader

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Clare Saunders, Danielle Lamb, David Mossley, George MacDonald Ross, Julie Cross

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PHL132: Happiness, Goodness and Justice

Course Notes Sem 2 2017

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PHL132 Unit Reader

Department Of Philosophy

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PHL132 Unit Reader

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PHL132 Happiness, Goodness and Justice

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I took this unit in session 3 and it was such a good experience. Some of the readings were challenging, but they were very helpful for the quizzes and the class discussions. As long as you keep on top of the readings, the classes are fun and the content is interesting and the assignments are also interesting.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

I really loved this unit. I did PHL132 for my designated people unit and I enjoyed it very much. There are weekly readings provided in the Unit Reader, going to the lectures are pretty important because often the lecturer will explain in lengths about more difficult readings, that will come up later on during the semester. My tutor Toshiro was very organised and made sure the tutorial was interactive so it's not hard to achieve a good tutorial participation mark at all, because everyone will talk. That being said, you do have to prepare for classes with readings and questions. Make sure you've been to the lecture beforehand or at least watched it online. The assessment workload is easy and there is no exam. The last assignment is an essay. Overall it's not hard to obtain a D/HD in this subject at all.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2015