Time, Self And Mind (Introduction To Philosophy B)
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Honestly such a boring unit. Picked this as an elective and regret it so bad. If you don't want your WAM to be bad then don't do this unit, especially if you are science oriented. The markers are so strict and will NOT give you good marks. HATED IT SO BAD.Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017
Pathetic notes. Out of date and a waste $30. AnnoyedAnonymous, Semester 2, 2017
Boring but easy assessment tasksAnonymous, Semester 2, 2014
Depending on what you're interested in thinking about, this subject can either be incredibly interesting, or rather dull. I find it to be no only interesting, but fun to talk and think about. Those who like philosophy should LOVE this unit. It also has incredibly easy assignments, and from my experience, incredibly helpful tutors. It covered theories of time and existence, the paradoxes of time travel, whether humans have free will, how we do and should define people as people (identity), varying things about artificial intelligence, and how we know whether or not we actually know anything at all ever in our lives (god dam it Descartes. Why you gotta do this?). Would recommend.Anonymous, Semester 2, 2014
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