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PHIL 1313: Logic and Critical Thinking
Oklahoma State University

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Rated 3.7/5

Average Class Difficulty

3.0/5

Rated moderate

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PHIL 1313 Logic and Critical Thinking is a Philosophy course at OK State taught by the following professor: Justin Rice.
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  • Class rating 1/5
    I thought he was a bit rude. Very hard to stay on top of this class. No reminders in d2l so if you don't write down important dates then you're not going to have a good chance of getting a good grade in the class. Rude when it came to answering email questions and was just overall an unfriendly professor. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    Very Easy grader, tests are 90% of the study guides. She is also very nice and willing to work with you if you have any issues. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    Very easy class, not at all what I expected for an Honors option. There is reading due most days, its quite dull but not too long. There are no tests and the final is supposed to be an essay prompt that we get before hand. The grade is based on a few simple assignments and two presentations (one group, one individual). ...Continue reading

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  • Class rating 1/5
    I thought he was a bit rude. Very hard to stay on top of this class. No reminders in d2l so if you don't write down important dates then you're not going to have a good chance of getting a good grade in the class. Rude when it came to answering email questions and was just overall an unfriendly professor. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    Very Easy grader, tests are 90% of the study guides. She is also very nice and willing to work with you if you have any issues. ...Continue reading

  • Class rating 5/5
    Very easy class, not at all what I expected for an Honors option. There is reading due most days, its quite dull but not too long. There are no tests and the final is supposed to be an essay prompt that we get before hand. The grade is based on a few simple assignments and two presentations (one group, one individual). ...Continue reading