Gabriel Greenberg

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PHILOS 7
Introduction to Philosophy of Mind See Full Profile

Overall 4.7 Easiness 3.2 Workload 3.2 Clarity 4.6 Helpfulness 4.7

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First and foremost, Greenberg is GORGEOUS! He distracted me 100% of the time. Regardless, his classes are fun. The subject is hard to.understand, and some reading are difficult. The essays he assigns are toughly graded. That being said, his lecture are entertaining, his handouts are useful and his office hours help drastically. I would take this instructor time and time again. It's not an easy A but his good looks and awesome lectures are worth the ride! Buckle up, people!

(Winter Quarter 2019)
PHILOS 133
Topics in Logic and Semantics: Computational Theory of Mind See Full Profile

Overall 5.0 Easiness 3.0 Workload 3.0 Clarity 5.0 Helpfulness 5.0

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If you're a cognitive science major. TAKE. THIS. CLASS. I cannot emphasize this enough. It is by far the most relevant class to the major. It's honestly a joke that UCLA forces you to take a neuroscience class despite it being pure memorization of information you'll forget promptly after finals. This class not only gives you the major implications of cognitive science, but it actually sticks with you way after finals week is over. I know you're a cognitive science major because you like big picture questions. Don't take that stupid psychology elective that says inflammatory things based off of tiny sample sizes. Take Philos 133.

Also, this class is like the avatar. But instead of being the bridge between spirits and humans, it's the bridge between philosophy and science. One day Greenberg will be talking about the principles of computation and computer science, and the next day he'll be talking about its existential implications on our mind.

This class was full of mic drops and I had an absolute blast. If this class is being offered, I cannot urge you fast enough to hit that enroll button. Just do it. You won't regret it.

(Spring Quarter 2020)
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PHILOS 133
Topics in Logic and Semantics: Computational Theory of Mind See Full Profile

Overall 5.0 Easiness 3.0 Workload 3.0 Clarity 5.0 Helpfulness 5.0

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If you're a cognitive science major. TAKE. THIS. CLASS. I cannot emphasize this enough. It is by far the most relevant class to the major. It's honestly a joke that UCLA forces you to take a neuroscience class despite it being pure memorization of information you'll forget promptly after finals. This class not only gives you the major implications of cognitive science, but it actually sticks with you way after finals week is over. I know you're a cognitive science major because you like big picture questions. Don't take that stupid psychology elective that says inflammatory things based off of tiny sample sizes. Take Philos 133.

Also, this class is like the avatar. But instead of being the bridge between spirits and humans, it's the bridge between philosophy and science. One day Greenberg will be talking about the principles of computation and computer science, and the next day he'll be talking about its existential implications on our mind.

This class was full of mic drops and I had an absolute blast. If this class is being offered, I cannot urge you fast enough to hit that enroll button. Just do it. You won't regret it.

(Spring Quarter 2020)
PHILOS 161
Topics in Aesthetic Theory Full Profile > N/A Overall N/A Easiness N/A Workload N/A Clarity N/A Helpfulness
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PHILOS 161
Topics in Aesthetic Theory See Full Profile

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Teaching Apprentice Practicum See Full Profile

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