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Religion, Philosophy and Ethics A level

1. Qualification detail

2. Course description

You could not ask for a more challenging A level course to get you thinking.ÿ Philosophy is one of the most ancient of disciplines and is founded on being able to formulate and defend critical arguments.ÿ The course looks at traditional arguments for the existence of God, the Problem of Evil and Suffering, Conscience, Free Will and Determinism to name but a few. We will look at contemporary ethical problems such as war, euthanasia and sexual ethics as well as thinking about how businesses should 'behave'.ÿ The course will also look at the role of religion in contemporary society as a source of morality and structure, considering how society and its relationship with religion has developed and changed.ÿ The course is a linear, two year course that is 100% exam based.

3. Entry requirements

Students should have at least 6 GCSEs 9-4 including English (grade 6) and Maths. Grade 6 in RS.

4. Equipment required

No equipment required

5. Assessment method

Not available

6. Venue

7. Other dates or venues

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