Well, I'm taking a Philosophy course because it is required to take some humanities and what not, so I chose this course because I thought it would be most beneficial and fun. Sadly, I was right! It is fun, and I enjoy every class. I might not do well, but I like it. We are currently studying Aristotle's book on ethics (Nirochemean Ethica (spelling?)), and one of the discussions today was about akratic people. I pronounced that I agree with Socrates that an akratic person can not exist. The professor seemed uneasy with this belief. Nonetheless, he let me have my own opinion without trouble. Is there any reason why he would be uneasy about this? I don't know much about Philosophy, but I do know that there existed different schools of philosophy that didn't agree with each other and what not. So maybe this ties in with how the professor feels. Note: The professor may have not even cared at all, but it certainly felt weird making that comment.