Mar 12, 2021
Professor Bloom is knowledgeable, fair, and often humorous without disrupting the quality of the lectures. The use of examples and mixture of teaching media were great. I highly recommend this course.
Jun 7, 2020
It was very informational and challenging in ones' own personal belief, thoughts, and ethical values. I would love to take a follow-up on additional courses. And Professor Bloom was very informative.
创建者 Huey N L•
Apr 19, 2017
This course presents different moralistic views in a highly engaging, easy to understand, and most importantly - relevant manner. By linking different moral philosophies to our everyday lives, Professor Bloom shows us just why morals and ethics are so important to think about, and are not just theoretical philosophy that won't be put to good use. This course will make you wiser, a more critical thinker, and you'll have lots of fun doing it. 10/10 would recommend!
Sep 21, 2017
This course was simply amazing. It was an eye opener in many ways. Thanks to the Professor who made the lectures as interesting as possible. Office hours was a nice way for the learners to know about professor's opinion about the queries. A special thanks to Laurie Santos for her lecture and the discussion. I could go on and on about this course. I am looking forward to the next lecture series either on the same subject or on a different subject from Paul Bloom.
创建者 Christian D F•
May 15, 2021
Es el primer curso online que realizo y la experiencia ha sido muy gratificante, el material ha sido bastante edificante y la estructura del curso bien lograda. Algo del material está pendiente a ser renovado o revisado puesto que, en el caso de las lecturas, varias han dejado de estar disponibles. El apartado de notas y el índice de trabajo de cada semana ayudan mucho. Los subtítulos también aunque es algo que falta en las lecturas. Mucha gracias.
创建者 MARIA M•
Aug 23, 2017
It was an excellent course and so much unconventional in every respect,It provided answers to questions and dilemmas that seem to grow within us but never had the chance to articulate or delve deeper into their real nature.I felt overwhelmed at times with the insight and knowledge the lectures provided.Professor P.Bloom is perfect in his approach , analysis and structure of the course.I only Greece wasn't that far away.........
创建者 Ebony R•
Apr 2, 2018
I have started quite a few courses on Coursera over the years but this is the first course that I have completed. I found the lectures to be engaging and thought-provoking and the outside readings to all be very interesting and applicable to what we're studying that week. The course felt well thought out and was put together nicely. I'm definitely interested in continuing with philosophy in general. This was a great start!
创建者 foca s•
Jul 12, 2019
If you’re fascinated by matters of good & evil and right & wrong, this course is a wonderful way to continue your education. It's short, it’s illuminating, and it’s done by one of the most influential psychologists of our time. Besides the course itself, you have access to plenty of interesting articles, alongside some of the best TED talks out there. Its knowledge might have the power to make you a better human being.
创建者 Ebru C•
May 26, 2020
Really good class. Professor Bloom has a lot of knowledge. It's 6 weeks and there is 1 quiz at the end of every week which is fair. I would suggest it to anyone who loves to learn about morals, facts, rights and wrong, philosophy, mostly. The professor is trying his best to bring the best human out of you as possible. I wish more people would get into this class and learn to make the world a better place.
创建者 Gabriel W•
Oct 16, 2020
Taking Prof Bloom's Introduction to Psychology course prepared me for this course. it was easily understandable, well taught and supported with reading materials including Prof Blooms own book 'Just Babies'. The course ultimately depends on your world view and what i personally learnt was the need to understand and not criticize an opposing view or a foreign one. very intellectually stimulating .
创建者 Dax M•
Jul 9, 2020
Fantastic course, well taught with a great variety of examples and, as you might imagine, very thought provoking. Paul Bloom is a very 'mellow' presenter but that's a good thing for this program as it means his personal opinions don't create too much influence in areas designed to help one come to their own conclusions and make their own observation. I enjoyed this course very much!
创建者 Diego B•
Jun 9, 2020
I feel this course is a prefect introduction to the subject. It provides lots of different view points and materials.
I must say that professor Bloom is an excellent teacher, the lessons felt authentic and very clear. He certainly was able to express complex ideas in simple terms.
This course has allowed me to reflect on my own morality and all the factors that influences it.
创建者 Erika L•
Jul 23, 2021
This course was absolutely phenomenal. I highly recommend it to EVERYONE. However, only take it if you have the time to commit to it. It is very intense. There is a lot of heavy reading. The content was not only interesting but backed up by scientific studies. I learned a lot, and actually believe to be more open-minded now than I already was. Great job on this course.
创建者 Beste Ö•
Sep 23, 2020
This is the first course that I took from Professor Bloom and I really enjoyed it. I am an engineering student and have never taken a course involving Psychology but still, there is nothing that I could not understand or have troubles with in the course. I strongly reccomend MoEL to those of you who even have a little interest in the area- I am sure you will like it!
创建者 BINABAY, J O•
Sep 8, 2020
It has been a really great experience, from the first week until the last. This course has really offered what it promised. I cannot deny the fact that most of his discussions truly made sense. They were all worth knowing as it allows you to reflect and weigh whether you would agree or disagree with Professor Bloom. Thank you for letting me know something new.
创建者 Deyasini G•
Jan 22, 2022
I gained a lot of insight on psychology and the intricacies of morality and the various ways of how we go about our daily lives. Professor Bloom has a really engaging way of teaching and I really loved this course. I had previously taken the Introduction to Psychology course here and loved it too, and so came to check out this one. And I am glad I did!
创建者 Maria R•
Feb 27, 2021
It has been one of the most satisfactory courses I have had in Coursera, and I had several.
Professor Bloom knowledge and great experience is shown with a great hability teaching, and Professor Starman is a complement for the Office Hours that were a real plus. I liked not having peer review activities. I did not wanted to end. Thank you
创建者 Lucy C•
Jun 15, 2022
This course I would 100% recommend, it was thoroughly informative and done to a high standard for a MOOC. It has greatly inspired an interest in morality and law which I did not previous hold, and naturally strenghtend for psychology and philopsophy, to that I am grateul to Yale, Prof. Boom, and all the other academics involved,
Jan 5, 2022
As my first Psychology course, Professor Bloom offered a thought provoking introduction to the study of morality. He provided interesting studies and presented multiple perspectives and arguments to consider. This was a very fascinating course for someone new to Psychology and it peaked my interest and curiosity to learn more.
创建者 Ipek E•
Dec 26, 2020
As someone who was already interested in the subject material, this course only made me more interested! The professor is highly knowledgeable and engaging. I really appreciated the Office Hours as an extension of the lectures. If you are intrigued by morality in any capacity, I would recommend this course in a heartbeat!
创建者 Lilya N B•
Aug 18, 2020
It is the second course I take from Bloom, P and it's the second time I'm mind-blown. This course is so so fascinating, the reading are utterly gripping and the material is of absolute quality. I totally suggest this course if you want to find out why people act the way they do and debate about thought-provoking subjects.
创建者 Ahtisham A•
Aug 5, 2020
I have taken many other courses in this field but the way this course has been designed, it's an absolute delight. Professor Bloom was an excellent teacher and guide, inculcating his enormous knowledge with so much ease and freshness. This course has changed my views, my perspective, and my vision (one hundred per cent).
创建者 Renee K•
Oct 21, 2020
I've enjoyed the course and the issues discussed on the moralities of everyday life that we all live and the lectures that we're represented by the professor and discussed.
Thank You, Professor Paul Bloom and Christina Stamina for the detailed course would highly recommend if you're also interested in Moral psychology.
创建者 Charu M•
Jul 29, 2020
Highly recommend this course for everyone. It gives great insight into human morality from various angles and I felt that it helped me be more critical of my own way of thinking.
I would also like to add that is course is well structured, with relevant quizes and reading material and a very engaging instructor.
创建者 Melissa H•
Sep 14, 2021
I really enjoyed this course and feel like a learned a lot about where do people's differing morals come from and how morals can change over time. I found Paul Bloom a very engaging speaker and loved his use of experiments to represent ideas and to prove arguments. I would thoroughly recommend this course.
创建者 james c•
Mar 11, 2021
Professor Bloom is an absolute genius! Ive learned more from him than any other professor in my 12 years of study as a Ph.D in religion. The best thing about Blomm is his ability to capture the listener and never let go. Take this and any course he has to offer as it will enhance your life on many levels.
创建者 Jane R•
Mar 14, 2022
I enjoyed this course very much! This is not an area in which I have much knowledge, and Paul Blooms presentation and supporting readings/videos were eye opening, and at the very least, I will walk away with an appreciation of the many and diverse influences on our individual and cultural moral codes.