The benefits of studying philosophy extend far beyond the subject itself. It promotes independent thinking and improves your ability to produce rational arguments.
A level Philosophy explores some of the big questions concerning reality and existence.
Unit 1: Introduction to epistemology
Unit 2: Perception as a source of knowledge
Unit 3: Reason as a source of knowledge
Unit 4: Normative ethical theories
Unit 5: Meta-ethics and applied ethics
Unit 6: Metaphysics of God, 1: arguments for the existence of God
Unit 7: Metaphysics of God, 2
Unit 8: Metaphysics of mind, 1
Unit 9: Metaphysics of mind, 2: physicalist theories
Unit 10: Metaphysics of mind, 3
Suitability - Who should attend?
No formal qualifications are required, but essay-writing skills are essential.
Outcome / Qualification etc.
GCE A Level or equivalent
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