I'm a philosophy student that tends to post about really serious things unseriously and about really unserious things seriously.
I was once described as a "beautiful, intelligent iguana".
as a teacher tho I support page limits because I hate reading 30 student papers
I do totally get page limits generally, but that small of one for cramming that many ideas into it? If he had just said, “Explain Kant’s fourfold” or even “Relate Kant’s fourfold to Russell’s two types of knowledge”, it would have been understandable, but where he wants us to develop and define those ideas in so short a paper, it just seems kind of stupid. Especially considering this is an upper level philosophy class.
Also, I’m mostly just kind of sick of Russell after having spent 6 weeks talking about just him. So I’m mostly just griping about that, to be honest.