(~simul iustus & peccator~) (lovelies) wrote,
(~simul iustus & peccator~)
lovelies

I have three more exams before the end of term. Two of them I've sort of studied for already (no, it's not always that I leave everything to the last minute, shocking as I'm sure that sounds), but for the third one I'll have ten days in which to read c. 2000 pages. I'll have to see how it starts going, as they're not terribly important. I average 3/5, but 1/5 would do well enough because I'll only need them for credit.

It's actually a Philosophy 101 exam, one that I hadn't even planned on taking (by current standards, there's 9 credits worth of Philosophy compulsory for every student of Theology, and I already had that many times over) before they took my Philosophical studies from way back when and forced them into a minor. And given my approbatur in the subject, it should all be things that I know already.

And I should be talking myself into studying, not out of it.

I just really don't want to touch the Alasdair MacIntyre book.
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