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Hey, I'm studying philosophy A-level via distance learning, and it's absolutely terrible! The textbook I have is too complicated to use and misses out a lot of detail which I need. I have ordered the Micheal Lacewing guide waiting for it to come. By any chance do any of you have any notes for Tolerance, Free will and determinism, persons or helpful websites - Thank you
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(Original post by GraceEllis)
Hey, I'm studying philosophy A-level via distance learning, and it's absolutely terrible! The textbook I have is too complicated to use and misses out a lot of detail which I need. I have ordered the Micheal Lacewing guide waiting for it to come. By any chance do any of you have any notes for Tolerance, Free will and determinism, persons or helpful websites - Thank you
hey Grace, since you had no response I have had a bit of a hunt and found the below resources for tolerance in philosophy AS level on Getrevising:
http://getrevising.co.uk/resources?q...&sort_dir=desc

Im sure the rest are there too if you have a look around...

does this help?
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hey Grace, since you had no response I have had a bit of a hunt and found the below resources for tolerance in philosophy AS level on Getrevising:
http://getrevising.co.uk/resources?q...&sort_dir=desc

Im sure the rest are there too if you have a look around...

does this help?
Yes it does, Thank you very much for your help
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Hi there! For Philosophy, I've found it's actually really helpful to do some extra reading, rather than just sticking to the text book. The exam board ones are never that great anyway! I bought 'Philosophy of Religion: An Introduction' by Michael B. Wilkinson, and have been reading/making notes from it alongside the topics from the syllabus, and it's really helped, my essays have significantly improved since I've been including extra details from this book! So I'd definitely recommend this one, or any other good one you can find, for better understanding and more content for essays!

Here's the link to the book I have on amazon if you're interested:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Philosophy-R...hy+or+religion

Good luck!
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