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Hey, I've been making some Philosophy notes over the past couple of days and thought I'd share them just in case they come of use to anyone. I'll be making some Ethics ones too starting from tomorrow, so if you find them helpful I can upload those too
Plato.docx

Aristotle.docx

Judaeo-Christian God.docx

Ontological Argument.docx

Cosmological Argument.docx
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Teleological Argument.docx

Moral Argument.docx

Religion and Science.docx
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Thank you so much you are awesome! I have decorative notes (I can post mine and/or my ethics ones if anyone wants those) but those are what I was going to do next, reduce them down into bullet points etc.

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(Original post by ChopinNocturne)
Thank you so much you are awesome! I have decorative notes (I can post mine and/or my ethics ones if anyone wants those) but those are what I was going to do next, reduce them down into bullet points etc.

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Would be interested in Ethics ones.
I have AS Philosophy notes and A2 Ethics notes if needed
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Would be interested in Ethics ones.
I have AS Philosophy notes and A2 Ethics notes if needed
Those are all I've done so far, I'll do the other applied topics later
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http://www.scandalon.co.uk/philosophy/philosophy.htm

This might also be helpful.
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Those are all I've done so far, I'll do the other applied topics later
Ahh thanks.
I'mma +rep you now.

I did a detailed powerpoint on Utilitarianism if you want it?

And is there anything you want me to post up which can be of any help to you?

Thanks again
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Those are all I've done so far, I'll do the other applied topics later
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Ahh thanks.
I'mma +rep you now.
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OMG...MARRY ME pweeese?

Thank yoou so much

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Awww thanks guys :blush:

Here's some more!!
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And the last ones for applied
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Hello there!

I did this last year, so if you need any help I'm happy to.

I also have my old AS revision notes on me, so I can PM them to people if need be.
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Hello there!

I did this last year, so if you need any help I'm happy to.

I also have my old AS revision notes on me, so I can PM them to people if need be.
hey what did you get last year?
also whats the best way to right essays, as in a plan?
thanks
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hey what did you get last year?
also whats the best way to right essays, as in a plan?
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An A - 196 out of 200.

Depends which one. For the knowledge, I'd just start with an introduction (small one) putting it all into context, then just explain every bit of the theory as thoroughly as you can - the main scholars or whatever - annd then add extra details at the end. So, for example, I'd do one on the cosmological argument talking about what it generally proves, then going into detail about Aquinas' arguments each one and how it works WITH EXAMPLES, and how they worked, and bring in Copleston v. Russell at the end - as in, what Copleston said.

For part two, again, do a mini intro - it's so worth it, just to frame your work - and then come up with two solid arguments for each side. Maybe start on the opposing view and work your way to your conclusion. That, and this is an easy place to bring in extra reading, like logical fallacies and Occam's Razor - use them to criticise your arguments and you're bound to get into the top end.

I hope that's some use!
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Thank you soo much for these notes they are amazing! Shame you didn't do the Developments in Christian Theology Module too i'm in need of notes for that! Thank you !
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Here's some on theories and a few applied with theories
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(Original post by MarinaM)
An A - 196 out of 200.

Depends which one. For the knowledge, I'd just start with an introduction (small one) putting it all into context, then just explain every bit of the theory as thoroughly as you can - the main scholars or whatever - annd then add extra details at the end. So, for example, I'd do one on the cosmological argument talking about what it generally proves, then going into detail about Aquinas' arguments each one and how it works WITH EXAMPLES, and how they worked, and bring in Copleston v. Russell at the end - as in, what Copleston said.

For part two, again, do a mini intro - it's so worth it, just to frame your work - and then come up with two solid arguments for each side. Maybe start on the opposing view and work your way to your conclusion. That, and this is an easy place to bring in extra reading, like logical fallacies and Occam's Razor - use them to criticise your arguments and you're bound to get into the top end.

I hope that's some use!
wow well done!
thanks for the advice, sounds like a good idea with the mini-intro and 2 clear arguments for and against.
Thanks again
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Thank you everyone for the rep, and also to those who posted notes. They're really helpful! Lots of love to everyone in this thread :love:

Here are some additional ones I made today on Absolutism and Relativism, Natural Law and Kant.

Absolutism and Relativism.docx

Natural Law.docx

Kant.docx
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(Original post by Rebecca.)
Thank you everyone for the rep, and also to those who posted notes. They're really helpful! Lots of love to everyone in this thread :love:

Here are some additional ones I made today on Absolutism and Relativism, Natural Law and Kant.

Absolutism and Relativism.docx

Natural Law.docx

Kant.docx
thanks for the help, you may have just passed this examm for me
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The notes on here are awesome and have saved me alot of time.
Thankyou - I'm forever grateful.

I've been revising more for A2, and have kinda neglected AS Ethics until today haha typical me, where the panic has set in, any ideas on how I should revise to reabsorb all of this.

I'm doing Utilitarianism, Kant, NML, Absolutism and Relativism and all applied topics except War and peace

Utilitarianism and NML is fine, Kant I need to relearn :erm: and applied topics are not too bad really.

Any idea on how though, I can't rewrite out notes because its time consuming.

Thanks
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