Life, Death And Morality (Introduction To Philosophy A)
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Definitely worth taking this class if you want an intro to philosophy!
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017
I did this unit as an online unit. I have to say I really enjoyed it. It's not hard at all. Sometimes a bit confusing though. I would recommend that you do this as a face-to-face lecture unit instead of online because I feel like I could have benefited from some personal attention. Plus there are also tutorials. The workload is easy and assessments are not hard (if you have studied). There is LOOOT of reading to do. But all are pretty easy concepts. As long as you keep up with each week's work, you should be able to ace the unit with ease.
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017
Terrific subject, thoroughly engaging and thought provoking. Lectures are usually interactive and spawn discussion. The same goes for tutorials. This subject will also boost your academic capabilities, as it heavily stimulates the mind. This indirectly helps you perform better in other subjects.
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016
an okay subject. lectures and tutorials can be pretty dry and dull but the exam and assessments are easy; doesn't take much effort to get a good grade
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2015
Life, Death and Morality was a truly amazing subject. It was the most organised, and more importantly, interesting subject I studied at Monash. The topics, which cover such things as the different moral frameworks (such as consequentialism, rights-based theory, virtue ethics, etc) to specific subjects such as the ethics of abortion and killing in self-defence. One of the lecturers who I learned from was hands down the best lecturer I've had at Monash (Toby, you're a legend). On top of this, my tutor was interesting and helpful. Both the lectures and the tutorials are classes you actually want to attend (which, coming from me, is a VERY big statement). The assessments were not only relatively easy, they were also interesting and useful for learning the course material. I could not froth over this unit anymore. I could not recommend this unit enough to anyone, even if they've never been interested in philosophy or ethics in their life. 10/10 would study.
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2014
Amazing subject. An easy to follow, thought provoking intro to ethical philosophy. The unit reader is superb and actually explains all the theories and ideas rather than just being a collection of dense articles. I've given my unit reader a permanent spot on my bookshelf it's that good. Lectures are interactive (you get given coloured cards and can vote on issues). Plus, you'll be well equipped for interesting dinner party conversation. As for assessment, it's broken up into multiple small and easily to manage chunks.