Apr 26, 2019
Excellent course, Pr. Sauvé-Meyer keeps the material very engaging, and makes it very clear and easily accessible. Knowing how difficult the original texts are sometimes, this is very valuable.
Feb 02, 2019
This is an excellent course! The professor is well-timed and the resource material well-selected. In-depth treatment of Aristotle, the Stoics, and the Epicureans. Highly recommended.
创建者 Eshana B•
Jun 30, 2019
Not being a prior student of philosophy, or rather arts, I had a very different idea about this discipline. After taking the first week's course, I am pretty much enthusiastic about what is yet to come and look forward to learning more.
The course content seems good for me as an introduction.
Wish it included some more realistic examples from life which we can find witty and can relate to our lives.
创建者 Kenneth M•
Apr 04, 2016
Clearly presented.course which focuses only on the principal question and themes of each of the 4 philosophies. I found it extremely valuable as it structured in a logical way these issues and also related themt modern life. My only criticism relates to the grading method of the final assignment 0 or 1 is far too simplistic.
Jun 21, 2020
I really enjoyed the content and how well it was delivered. She really knows what she is talking about! My only constructive comment would be to somehow make for real-time discussion between students ... after all, we are talking philosophy here. As we have seen with the virus the technology certainly exists.
创建者 Miguel A R•
Jun 06, 2020
En lo personal ha sido de gran ayuda, me ha brindado una gran experiencia haber viajado en las mentes de estos seres que han dejado su legado a través de la historia. Me hubiese gustado que la extensión y/o contenido hubiese abarcado otras temáticas.
创建者 William M•
Oct 23, 2017
This was a very solid introduction to the philosophy of Aristotle, Epicurus and the Stoics. It is relatively introductory-level but still I think that even someone who has studied Ancient Philosophy before can learn something from this.
创建者 Anette W•
Oct 11, 2016
A good follow- up to the previous course. The material is well organised and gives a profound overview while still inciting further investigation, leaving enough room for expansion of the mind and new thoughts on... almost everything.
创建者 ZHANG Z•
May 30, 2020
Very inspiring and interesting examples! It helped me obtain a more detailed and thorough view on Aristotle, Epicurus and the Stoics! Great learning experience!
创建者 Sidney C•
Dec 06, 2018
I enjoyed the course and treatment by the Professor. I learned a lot about this important period in philosophy. Thank you.
创建者 Jaafar A•
Jul 31, 2020
very good course, but requires more multiple choice and fill in the black exercises to be perfect.
thanks Dr. Susan Meyer.
创建者 Francisco L•
Jul 04, 2019
Very complete, to be perfect, from my point of view, the course would need less material to read and a point of dynamism.
创建者 David M•
Jun 20, 2016
Interesting overview. Would have appreciated more time on Hellenistic Philosophy
创建者 Santosh K•
Sep 22, 2016
Beside the annoying loud music in the intro of each video it is Insightful.
创建者 Kousay a•
Mar 15, 2020
Greek Philosophers were masters of thought and logic. An excellent course!
创建者 bouali m•
Dec 05, 2016
This was a very enjoyable experience, thank you all for the opportunity.
创建者 Mick H•
Sep 15, 2016
Another fine MOOC by the prof. I really like her dry delivery style.
创建者 Zeyu C•
Jan 15, 2017
Though not too inclusive, it's a great course for introduction.
创建者 Clotilde D•
Feb 02, 2019
Great course, interesting topics and explanations, thanks !
Aug 21, 2016
A good starting point to ancient philosophy .
创建者 Joy S•
Jun 17, 2018
pretty good info. Aristotle was weird
创建者 Julio C N P•
Oct 16, 2016
like it most the epicurean philosophy
创建者 Jp C•
Nov 07, 2016
创建者 gregorio e•
Apr 07, 2016
Aug 30, 2017
This is an okay course. The information was good, but it was delivered in a very slow manner. Overall, I think this course could be half the time it is currently listed at.
创建者 Ionko N•
Jul 05, 2016
I don't need the teacher to read Aristotle for me. Reading is not Teaching.