Philosophy of Mind
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I did start to enjoy this unit the more it progressed in to the semester. It started very dry with dualism and this deterred it me substantially. I came in hoping that the unit would be focusing more on contemporary philosophy of mind (consciousness, AI) however it was mainly to do with it's history. I feel if it could have switched the order up it might have been better, i dont know. I like the lecturers attitude toward teaching this unit and appropriately engaged with his students with the use of discussion in lectures which was effective in controlling my attention however at times i found it hard to understand his accent and that would make me drift away. if i had to take it again I would hope to see consciousness have a bigger influence overall as it was the most captivating. thanks :)