Philosophical Analysis of Contemporary Moral Issues

Keith Kaiser

Philosophical Analysis of Contemporary Moral Issues

Philosophy department

Keith Kaiser

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Quarter Taken: N/A Submitted July 3, 2002 Grade Received: N/A

Ok, you know he's an easy prof. He gives out the midterm and final questions before both tests and answers any question you might have on them. I didn't get an A in this class however because I got too lazy because it was THAT easy. You don't HAVE to go to lecture, but you should, for the tests. Sometimes he goes over the same topic for like 2 weeks, but thats a hint right there that that's going to be on a test so you should write down what he says. If you don't go to lecture and you don't know the answers for the questions for the midterm or final, go to his or his ta's office hours and they will TELL YOU THE ANSWER!

But if you're too lazy like me to do any of those things, you can still easily pull off a B, at the least.

Quarter Taken: N/A Submitted June 21, 2002 Grade Received: N/A

Professor Kaiser is cool and really easy...he gives out the midterm and final questions a week before. And basically he tells you that you don't need to do half the readings, which really isn't that big a deal considering the only reader for the class was a 30 page course reader. BUT his TA's (At least mine) are the most ANAL TA'S ever. They are SO NITPICKY about EVERYTHING! I wrote the exact things the professor told us we should write on the exams and my TA found a million things wrong with it. He needs to work on picking TA's that are more easy going like him.

Quarter Taken: N/A Submitted June 13, 2002 Grade Received: N/A

kaiser was a good prof, he was very laid back and made the class interesting. I loved how he referred to all his examples (ie the carving case, the grenade case, the island case, etc). Plus, he is really easy cause he gives you the midterm and final in advance and then gives you the answers in lecture. Unfortunately, i don't know how my grade will end up because my TA is a hard grader. She typed up the justification of each pt of your arguement and why she was giving you the grade she was. other than that i reccomend the class

Quarter Taken: N/A Submitted June 12, 2002 Grade Received: N/A

Professor Kaiser is great, simply great. Very entertaining guy, I enjoyed his class very much. I like how he runs the class, I'm going to attend his lectures in the fall.

Quarter Taken: N/A Submitted June 9, 2002 Grade Received: N/A

Professor Kaiser is EXTREMELY cool! I loved going to his class. He's easy going and laid back, and he explains everything in a really detailed manner. He prepared us well for the midterm and final, and didn't throw in any punches. I totally recommend this professor, if not for his teaching ability at least for his lecture style and jokes. On a scale of 1 to 10, this professor is awesome!

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