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This subject covers a range of topics: Ancient Greeks, Buddhism, Descartes and finally Kant’s Aesthetics. Naturally, this will result in some topics being more enjoyable than others based upon personal interests. The texts were at times difficult to grapple with, and close re-reading of them was rather timely. Nonetheless, the challenge is worth it- it was a really interesting subject to take, and the lecturers did well in making the texts easier to understand and providing useful context for analysis. The tutors were also knowledgeable and more than happy to help you out. Would highly recommend to anyone interested in philosophy!!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019

Like with PHIL10002, there were certain topics I enjoyed better than others. The concepts were also MUCH harder to understand and way more convoluted, especially Buddhist philosophy, Descartes' Meditations and Kant's Aesthetics. This made writing the essays harder than first semester, as it was not as easy to wrap your head around the topics. However, in saying this, I still enjoyed the subject and am looking forward to learning more about these fascinating philosophers in the second/third year philosophy!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019

Less interesting compare to The big questions. There is also a famous philosopher as guest lecturer.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018