Hmm. No, not really. I do find it interesting--but I find most anything interesting (I'm a data junkie who could go for hours on Wikipedia).
I was required to take several philosophy, political philosophy, and literary criticism classes for my degree (Taming the Prince rocks!). I loved just sitting and sort of absorbing the lectures, but I hated writing papers or essay exams for them and the meal table debates of the philosopher wanna-bes were just plain idiotic wastes of time.
Metaphysics was interesting, for example, but not when it resulted in a half-hour circular class debate that resolved nothing and made me want to scream with boredom & frustration. That class and the upper-lever Lit. Crit. class were exercises in Herculean patience & self control. I had to suppress many a mental image of slapping people back-side the head during class.