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    (Original post by mohamed68)
    Can anyone tell me the Questions for the January 2013 Unit 2 paper please? In particular for tolerance and god and the world.........
    Here is the jan 2013 paper for unit 2:

    Hope This Helps
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    Hi guys, can anyone help me with this.

    In a 15 marker like:

    Outline the view that God is eternal and explain one difficulty with this view.

    Once you've outlined the view, explained one difficulty like free will, do you have to argue AGAINST that difficulty at all - like pointing out short comings or objections to it?

    Thanks.
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    Hii everyone!
    ah, 2 days left before the exam. I'm doing unit 1 Reason and Experience and the Idea of God. Wht are the chances of the tautological and certainty question to come up? I struggle with that..
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    Reason and Experience notes
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    Does anyone have any notes for Unit 1 - Idea of god?

    Thank You!
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    What is the structure to the 30 mark essays and 15 mark essays? And what is the timing, so by a certain time you should be on a certain part of the essay.

    My teacher hasn't mentioned anything about timing or structure. Any help would be appreciated.

    Thanks.
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    (Original post by >Username<)
    What is the structure to the 30 mark essays and 15 mark essays? And what is the timing, so by a certain time you should be on a certain part of the essay.

    My teacher hasn't mentioned anything about timing or structure. Any help would be appreciated.

    Thanks.
    Timing in exam (suggested):
    75 minutes exam

    1 minutes to catch your breath back (and panic if needs be...then calm down : )
    2 minutes to pick your questions

    5 minutes to plan for question 1 (both parts AO1 and AO2)
    AO1 - 20 minutes writing
    AO2 - 10 minutes writing

    5 minutes planning for question 2 (both parts AO1 and AO2)
    AO1 - 20 minutes writing
    AO2 - 10 minutes writing

    2 minutes to review answers


    I am doing: Cosmological Argument and Religious Experience
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    (Original post by s7a0)
    Timing in exam (suggested):
    75 minutes exam

    1 minutes to catch your breath back (and panic if needs be...then calm down : )
    2 minutes to pick your questions

    5 minutes to plan for question 1 (both parts AO1 and AO2)
    AO1 - 20 minutes writing
    AO2 - 10 minutes writing

    5 minutes planning for question 2 (both parts AO1 and AO2)
    AO1 - 20 minutes writing
    AO2 - 10 minutes writing

    2 minutes to review answers


    I am doing: Cosmological Argument and Religious Experience
    We have to answer 4 questions though, and the exams 90 minutes long. I don't think either of those topics are on this paper either, I think you've got the wrong exam board thread
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    (Original post by s7a0)
    Timing in exam (suggested):
    75 minutes exam

    1 minutes to catch your breath back (and panic if needs be...then calm down : )
    2 minutes to pick your questions

    5 minutes to plan for question 1 (both parts AO1 and AO2)
    AO1 - 20 minutes writing
    AO2 - 10 minutes writing

    5 minutes planning for question 2 (both parts AO1 and AO2)
    AO1 - 20 minutes writing
    AO2 - 10 minutes writing

    2 minutes to review answers


    I am doing: Cosmological Argument and Religious Experience
    Thanks for the reply. But I agree with the poster above, I think you've got the wrong exam board.
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    Anyone got any predictions for what will come up for the 'Why Should I Be Moral?' topic on Monday's exam?
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    Anyone up for Q and A about 'the idea of god' ?
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    Please could someone help me on Conceptual Schemes please?
    I understand the arguments but I don't have any evaluative points for them, if you could help me I'd be very grateful as I have three other exams on Monday so I am stressing very very much (((((
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    (Original post by Ayeshy)
    Please could someone help me on Conceptual Schemes please?
    I understand the arguments but I don't have any evaluative points for them, if you could help me I'd be very grateful as I have three other exams on Monday so I am stressing very very much (((((
    Look back through all the pages of this thread, some people have explained Conceptual schemes in detail.

    Also, what are your 3 other exams?
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    (Original post by the A* guy)
    Look back through all the pages of this thread, some people have explained Conceptual schemes in detail.

    Also, what are your 3 other exams?
    Okay I'll have a look.
    And I have my RS unit 1 and 2, then this and then sociology retake
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    (Original post by Am I Really Here)
    Hi guys, can anyone help me with this.

    In a 15 marker like:

    Outline the view that God is eternal and explain one difficulty with this view.

    Once you've outlined the view, explained one difficulty like free will, do you have to argue AGAINST that difficulty at all - like pointing out short comings or objections to it?

    Thanks.
    Don't put objections in. 15 mark questions are pure AO1, resolving conflicts is AO2 and would not gain marks. For example, say I outlined the problem that God cannot be immanent and eternal as God cannot exist in time yet also be inside of the universe, I would gain the marks. But if I resolved this by stating the view that God is transcendent can overcome this (not a strong counter I know), I would not gain marks for it. Hope this helped!
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    Ok so im doing Religion and Eithics as the first paper and then Religion,Philosophy and Science as second.


    For the first paper i plan to do Utilitarianism and Euthanasia+Abortion and for the second paper i will either do Miracles,creation or The Design argument as my chosen questions.

    Im wondering if anyone wants to revise these over skype?? add xipowx
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    In terms of Free will and Determinism...

    Kant thinks we are free and determined. However why does Kant think we are determined?

    I'm so confused on this part!
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    (Original post by >Username<)
    In terms of Free will and Determinism...

    Kant thinks we are free and determined. However why does Kant think we are determined?

    I'm so confused on this part!
    Kant is basically a Compatibilist. He believes that we are free in some way but also determined in other ways. I'm not a big fan of Kant, but he always pops up as a third position. -.-
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    (Original post by PaulyRivs)
    Kant is basically a Compatibilist. He believes that we are free in some way but also determined in other ways. I'm not a big fan of Kant, but he always pops up as a third position. -.-
    But why does he think we are determined?
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    For Reason & Experience I'm kinda confused about Plato's cave analogy and what exactly it shows and what theory on knowledge it supports etc could any help me to understand it?

    And also, what's the deal with Locke and innate ideas and universal assent, why is he wrong about that?
 
 
 
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