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AS and A Level: Religious Studies & Philosophy

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  1. Explain the Analogy of the Cave in Platos Republic

    • Word count: 1671
    • Submitted: 03/10/2012
    • Awarding body: OCR (for A-levels)
  2. "A good God will not allow people to suffer" Discuss

    • Word count: 522
    • Submitted: 03/10/2012
    • Awarding body: Not known/Not applicable
  3. Philosophers have proved conclusively that religious language is meaningful. Discuss

    • Word count: 2116
    • Submitted: 02/10/2012
    • Awarding body: OCR (for A-levels)
  4. Explain what is meant by natural in natural moral law

    • Word count: 471
    • Submitted: 02/10/2012
    • Awarding body: AQA (for A-levels)
  5. Evaluate a Utilitarian approach to Abortion.

    • Word count: 1350
    • Submitted: 02/10/2012
    • Awarding body: Not known/Not applicable
  6. Explain Platos analogy of the cave

    • Word count: 1430
    • Submitted: 02/10/2012
    • Awarding body: Edexcel (for A-levels)
  7. Critically assess the claim that people are free to make their own moral decisions

    • Word count: 1320
    • Submitted: 02/10/2012
    • Awarding body: AQA (for A-levels)
  8. Analyse the important features of Natural Moral Law

    • Word count: 807
    • Submitted: 02/10/2012
    • Awarding body: Edexcel (for A-levels)
  9. The ontological argument of Anselm and Gaunilo's response.

    • Word count: 687
    • Submitted: 01/10/2012
    • Awarding body: AQA (for A-levels)
  10. In what ways did the historical context from which virtue ethics emerged shape its basic principles?

    • Word count: 2010
    • Submitted: 01/10/2012
    • Awarding body: Not known/Not applicable

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