My quest for ultimate knowledge through academia continues. I have already completed an A.A. degree, and now I'm working towards a B.A., and eventually (hopefully) an M.A.
I'm happy to report I'm only taking philosophy courses this semester. In the Spring I'll be taking a language course, hopefully poetry, and whatever else FASFA will pay for.
So far I'm enjoying myself. I may have mentioned this already but I'm taking Modern Logic (which seems difficult), Ancient Philosophy (pre-Socratic stuff), and Contemporary Philosophy (focusing on Phenomenology and Existentialism). Currently my only concern is getting the books cheaply.
I'm genuinely interested in these classes. The introductions given by my professors were captivating and I can't wait to learn more.