Philosophy of Science

Martin Curd, Jan A. Cover, Christopher Pincock, Chris Pincock

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Health student needing to pick some electives, decided to pick some philosophy units as a nice break from all the anatomy and health and mathematics. When the subject first kicked off I was a bit bored, but as it progressed it became more interesting. Lots of essay writing, (3 total at the current time, 1000, 2000, and 2000 words), but the essays weren't too difficult to write because the content was interesting and it felt like I was trying to argue or prove a point, so there was motivation to write. Don't pick this subject if you aren't a strong writer, but even if you aren't, you should be able to pass as the level of writing doesn't necessarily need to be sophisticated, just coherent and clear. That being said, essay writing is the entirety of the assessment schedule, so don't pick it if you won't be motivated. Overall an interesting unit, looking forward to doing Bioethics later in my degree, the next philosophy unit.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019