I did not enjoy this class personally and found the exams extremely difficult because it is easy to slack off during the semester and there is so much reading to keep up with. The exams felt much more challenging than necessary and not entirely related to the reading. Plus, some terms were Chinese and not explained well.
We read a book every week. it is very fast-paced for a first year seminar. The reading takes a long time. All classes were discussions. Wyatt did not really gave his take on the material and was there to mostly guide discussions.
The course structure: read one book a week, meet twice a week to respond to a page of discussion, two 3-5 paged papers + one 10-12 pages final paper + final exam, and close to no lecturing/teaching. The professor is mostly there to observe and occasional guide the discussion. The reading content is highly valuable and insightful for those interested in human nature and philosophy.