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OCR Philosophy & Ethics prediction

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Why bother with a post grad course - waste of time? 17-10-2016
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    Hi, for those sitting the philosophy & ethics exam for ocr, I was wondering what you thought the question will be.

    From what my teachers have said: Philosophy = Ontological argument

    But I have no clue what else!

    Hiya - my teachers have said the same they recon that philosophy will be the Ontological Argument. For the second question as a class we came to the conclusion that it might be Plato as Aristotle has come up the last few times. Personally I also feel that the problem of evil may come up as that actually hasn't come up since 2012! I doubt it will be the teleological argument as that was last year.

    For ethics we haven't really done any predictions but my teacher thought there could be a question on absolute and relativist morality as that hasn't come up for a while but she said just revise everything!

    Best of luck with the Exams! x
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