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Tom Cochrane

Hi Samuel. This sounds interesting! A couple of questions.
1. How did you mark the assignments? Just as regular essays? What are you giving credit for?
2. Presumably, you had to present some options before students could make their choices- but then, what do you lecture on after the first few weeks? How would this tie into what they doing?


When designing such a course, you might also want to look at this anthology of readings:

E.D. Klemke (ed) The Meaning of Life.

The readings are interesting and generally of high quality; I think there might have been a number of editions over the years.

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