Knowledge and Reality: Introduction to Philosophy
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interesting course and and really worthwhile, the assignmetn seems deceptively short in word count but really really requires a lot of thought, do not be fooled by the seemingly 'easy looking' assignments
Anonymous, Term 2, 2019
A very interesting course that somewhat manages to make quite complex content accessible and understandable.
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2011
Covers a range of interesting topics such as personal identity, time travel, Descartes' Meditations and more. You learn how to write good arguments and get to ask a lot of intriguing questions. Markos is a great lecturer but Michaelis needs to work on his timing (he is very easy to talk to though and get along with). Overall, a very interesting and worthwhile course.