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HUMA 1160 - Enlightenment and Human Understanding
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Offered: Fall, Winter
Course Description: Study the works of Descartes, Hume, and Hobbes and learn about their contributions to modern day thought. 9 Credits
Extra Info: Taught by Stanley Tweyman. The books are cheap, but the material is extremely heavy. VERY VERY Heavy. Tweyman also does not write very neatly on the board. Why is it a bird course? Because there are no take home assignments, or formal exams. Just 4 tests through out the year that are open book or you are allowed cheat sheets. Also you get the test questions a month before the test and your TAs spoon feed the answers to you over a month. Really easy stuff. You don't learn anything if you cant absorb these heavy thoughts but its an easy 9 credits.
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