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AS and A Level: Religious Studies & Philosophy

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    Examine the strengths and weaknesses of the design argument for the existence of God.

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    • Submitted: 20/03/2012
    • Marked by teacher: (?) David Moss 31/03/2012
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    Theories of the resurrection of the body are logically coherent.

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    • Submitted: 13/06/2011
    • Marked by teacher: (?) David Moss 31/03/2012
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    Explain how moral decisions should be made according to: Act and Rule utilitarianism

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    • Submitted: 16/07/2012
    • Marked by teacher: (?) Molly Reynolds 07/04/2013
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    Evaluate the weaknesses of design arguments for the existence of God

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    • Submitted: 20/03/2012
    • Marked by teacher: (?) David Moss 31/03/2012
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    Give an account of Kant's ethics

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    • Marked by teacher: (?) David Moss 31/03/2012
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    Explain how Benthams version of Utilitarianism can be used to decide the best course of action

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    • Marked by teacher: (?) David Moss 31/03/2012
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    Give an account of Kants Ethical Theory

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    • Submitted: 12/04/2010
    • Marked by teacher: (?) David Moss 31/03/2012
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    Situation ethics

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Religious Studies and Philosophy covers some of the most fundamental questions you can think of: is there a God? Is there such a thing as right and wrong or good and evil? Just who are we? As a subject it is very much suited to those who can think for themselves and who can appreciate the logic of other ideas even if they profoundly disagree with the arguments or conclusions presented. You may well find yourself studying arguments for the existence of God, discussing euthanasia or debating genetic engineering.

As you would appreciate the ability to think clearly is augmented by the need to be able to express yourself concisely and accurately. There's no room for inaccuracy in how you present your arguments and discussions, and Marked by Teachers has a range of essay exemplars which will really help you.

Religious Studies and Philosophy will train you to be logical and analytical and is an excellent preparation for any of the Arts and Humanities courses atUniversity level in particular Philosophy,Theology and Anthropology.

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