Intellectual Humility: Theory is an important course for any leader or person who wishes to increase their awareness in a changing world and to understand the importance of awareness and knowledge.
This really motivated me to consciously practice intellectual humility. I would definetely recommend this course to whoever may want to open their mind and get a bigger picture of the world.
By Henrique d M•
It is a great course. Looking forward to the next two modules.
By Amy J V A•
first on-line course - enjoyed myself
By D S•
Hmmm ... the concept was great, and it really is an important aspect of intellectual pursuits in an age of fake news and internet facts (both comments are sarcastic), there must be honest deliberation on such issues. But as a course, it seems lacking in the mature "punch" needed to convey the right concpets to the learner, gets lost sometimes in the mundane aspects. But overall, worth while, just not a spectacular course experience.
By David F•
Some interesting ideas but not entirely convinced by the concept of 'humility' in this context. Is it really any more than simple openness to new ideas and the possibility of being wrong. That is not really 'humble'/ Smacks at times of academic pretension. You need to follow carefully what is being said - not a course to do while doing something else!
By Jason A•
I enjoyed exploring the content behind the course, but the material was a little dense for someone without any type of philosophy background. I was familiar with some of the content due to my psychology education.
By Terry C•
Interesting topic. Reasonable lectures, but poor study aides. Interesting fora and discussion groups.
By Katherine J•
Great Course, but much too fast paced
By Joy S•
rather hard to understand
By Chris S•
Very dense material
By Steven G•
Not so inspiring
By Allyson S•
Unfortunately, I found this course to have long and wordy videos and the lectures unclear due to over-intellectualization of the concepts.
By Philip M•
I do not feel that this course is ready for publication and is overlong for the material presented.
By Shonal R•
Teachers are not good