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Question of the Day

I haven't looked into this, but suppose you are right about the typical required reading for a full-time MA student in philosophy. I'm not sure that 300 pages per week is an unreasonable demand. If you read a page every three minutes on average, then it should take you 15 hours a week to complete the reading. Taking 3 classes, you should be in class a maximum of 9 hours a week. That's a total of only 24 hours a week you are spending on school work. How long were you thinking students should spend on the reading?