Keep reading and ask your friends about their feels. I suggest as you like something then start do it. Gooood luck ^___^
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- 15-04-2013 21:37
(Original post by Bubblyminty)
- 15-04-2013 21:46
Thank you so much for that suggestion. I am taking Advanced Higher Art (equiv. to A Level) and I just do not know how to put down on paper the skills that i have gained from writing arts essays and my practical work. Thank you so much again!
Maybe Art is not as useless as I thought .
If you wanted some recommendations of other relevant philosophical texts I would suggest anything by John Stuart Mill/Jeremy Bentham on Utilitarianism. Kant has some relevant stuff too on his deontological theory of law. You will most likely study these at uni as approaches to law - why is law made, why do we give certain people the power to create laws, who creates law etc. It's called jurisprudence (or you will have a module called legal systems and reasoning, something along those lines). I am personally a fan of Utilitarianism; the greatest good for the greatest number theory. You don't need to read heaps of stuff purely for the PS though, just an acknowledgement of the concepts is probably enough.