Which Philosophy class would you take?

<p>Philosophy of Love and Sex</p>

<p>or</p>

<p>European Philosophy and Existentialism?</p>

<p>I scheduled both. I love abstract thinking, but I hope I'm not going to die next semester lol.</p>

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<p>Sounds like you already made your decision (and a good one at that) - the more philosophy classes, the better</p>

<p>Philosophy class titles can often be very misleading, but the first one doesn't sound very mainstream.</p>

<p>Of course if you've signed up for both you can sit in at the beginning and pick whichever is more interesting (or both).</p>

<p>That's difficult, but I suppose if I had to pick one, I'd go with the second. Since you already signed up for both though, there's not really a point in picking one.</p>

<p>It would be better to include the course descriptions...like ThisCouldBeHeaven said, some course titles are misleading and might go in a different direction than you anticipated. I've ended up in a few oddball classes that way (though I still found them very interesting). If you love learning and thinking, chances are you'll enjoy both.</p>

<p>The second one sounds a bit drier, if that makes any difference.</p>

<p>I've decided to sign up for a different philosophy class: "Morals and the Good Person." I thought I'd rather start on something more general instead of going into a specific philosophy course. Really excited!!!</p>