Course Evaluation Customization Form

Viewing: PHIL 21S, section 01


Term: 1198 - 1198
Instructor: Lee, Fitzpatrick

Learning Goals

Expose students to a range of historically significant philosophical approaches to ethics and happiness, and motivate those views so that students understand their attractiveness in historical context.
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Build skills of close reading and argument reconstruction, so that students can comprehend philosophical arguments.
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Build skills of argument evaluation, so that students can make up their mind about whether arguments are sound.
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Course Elements

How useful to you were the in-class discussions?


How useful to you were the group work activities?


Additional Questions

What is the most memorable idea, argument, or activity you encountered in the class?



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