if it was social political philosophy, which we've spent most of the semester on, i'd be fine. but it's on the 4 chapters we've covered - three of which (art, ethics, and the critique of ethics) we barely spent much time on, especially in relation to social political philosophy. my professor said to study his power points (Introduction to Philosophy MW 12:30) well, they're kinda muddled and out of order. not to mention, a lot of the slides are incomplete thoughts. these power points serve more of a purpose to remind him what to talk about than to actually help us. plus, our class discussions would often digress into him and his alleged girlfriend, or the environment, or obama. i've been studying and studying, and i'm gonna study more tomorrow. but i dunno how much good it's gonna do. scope out the power points for yourselves. we've done art, ethics, critique of ethics, and social political. what sucks is art, ethics, and the critique of ethics were SO fuckin long ago. it's ridiculous.