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We were told:
Kant's Summum Bonum
Aquinas Teleological Argument
God is good
Plato's theory of the Forms
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We were told:
Plato's Theory of the Forms
Teleological- Aquinas/ Paley
Kants moral argument
Ontological argument- Anselm
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Is anyone also doing the Islam unit?

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who told you these predictions? how can you be sure? any chance of science and religion coming up?

ugh i hate the ontological argument and moral argument, was hoping for plato , aristotle and science and religion and the problem of evil
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who told you these predictions? how can you be sure? any chance of science and religion coming up?

ugh i hate the ontological argument and moral argument, was hoping for plato , aristotle and science and religion and the problem of evil
They are predictions. Not the facts don't worry. No one is 'sure' yet.

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who told you these predictions? how can you be sure? any chance of science and religion coming up?

ugh i hate the ontological argument and moral argument, was hoping for plato , aristotle and science and religion and the problem of evil
honestly i think the predictions are pretty accurate, we were also told those predictions. The ones we were told for my sociology exam were on point. So if i were you i would revise these
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predictions we were given

1a Explain Plato's theory of the forms EASY
1b Plato does not value experience enough-discuss EASY

2a Explain how the bible shows god as good ...
2b good is only what god calls good-discuss ...

3a Explain Aquinas teleological argument ..EASY
3b you cannot rationally accept the argument from design-discuss ..EASY

4a Explain how kant's summon bonum can be used to prove Gods existence ..HARD
4b ASSESS the claim that freuds challenges to the nature of morality successfully undermine the moral argument ..HARD
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https://philosophicalinvestigations..../1448-predpofr
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Does anybody know the AS philosophy or religion exam predictions for the OCR exam board?
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Does anybody know the AS philosophy or religion exam predictions for the OCR exam board?
The link posted from the person above really helps

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How would you answer the question, 1b Plato does not value experience enough-discuss?
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Has anyone got any further notes on Aquinas Telelogical Argument and Platos forms?
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wait, I'm so confused. Didn't Aquinas form the Cosmological argument and Paley the teleological?
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wait, I'm so confused. Didn't Aquinas form the Cosmological argument and Paley the teleological?
Yes but Paley was influenced by Aquinas 5th way to form the teleological argument

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i also have been told plato, moral argument, and teleological argument

Plato and Moral argument would be the questions I'd do

Has anyone else not been taught the full content? We didnt bother learning goodness of god or god the creator so we could go more in depth on the others
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wait, I'm so confused. Didn't Aquinas form the Cosmological argument and Paley the teleological?
Philosophers believe there is 2 parts to the teleological argument;
There is the argument to design - Aquinas
There is the argument from design - Paley
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Just to make sure do we spend 30 mins on part A and 15 mins on part B?

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wait, I'm so confused. Didn't Aquinas form the Cosmological argument and Paley the teleological?
No, Aquinas formed both arguments from his 5 ways that he presented to prove the existence of God using logic:
The cosmological looked at the first three: motion, causation and contingency

The teleological looked at number 5: Regularity.
Paley then supported the Aquinas' argument with design qua purpose and design qua regularity with the use of his analogies.

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Yep! Time management is key! X
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