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AQA A2 Religious Studies Unit 3B & 4C RST3B/RST4C 19 & 27 Jun 2017 [Exam Discussion] Watch

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    is it possible not to know virtue ethics and still be alright
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    (Original post by Goodness_odt)
    is it possible not to know virtue ethics and still be alright
    I haven't Been taught that 😕
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    RST4A PREDICTIONS:

    For religious experience, i can't really put unlikely on anything as its really hard to make fewer predictions due to many things not coming up recently. + Please do not ask if I'm certain or how do i know these will come up as i have made many predictions for my past exams and they have been correct, so take it or leave it. Im here to help not to be asked how i know or whatever. Anyway here:

    Religious experience
    Things that havent come up that have a chance of coming up:
    The relationship between definitions of God/gods/Ultimate Reality and any idea of religious experience

    Previous things that have come up which can come up:
    Verification religious experience - 2011- very likely
    Religious experience as a foundation for particular religions. Religious experience as a source of faith for individual religious people, and the contribution religious experience makes to religious faith as a whole. : Role of religious experience in one or more religions- 2013 -Very likely
    Validity of religious experience (individual+ corporate existence) -2014 -Very likely
    What is regarded as a religious experience + what the term means -2012 - likely
    Mystical+ vision identification- 2013 - likely

    Life, death+ beyond:

    -Religious and secular perspectives of the value of human life- 2012 - very likely (either religious or secular or both+ May also ask about the nature of human life in a quesiton in addition to this but unlikely)
    -Religious ideas about present life and life after death- 2014 – very likely
    -Never asked- Secular ideas aboutpresent life and life after death- very likely
    -Main religious + secular eschatological+ apocalyptic teachings – 2011 – likely
    -Religious and non religious attitudes to death- 2013 – less likely
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    (Original post by Goodness_odt)
    is it possible not to know virtue ethics and still be alright
    (Original post by revision1)
    I haven't Been taught that 😕
    Virtue is just a little thing you can add on the end of the essay for an alternative. Don't matter if you don't know it
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    so i can just revise kant and natural law for deontological
    and utilitarianism and situation ethics for teleological and for hybrid rule and situation ethic???if theres anything else you feel i shoud know please say
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    (Original post by Goodness_odt)
    so i can just revise kant and natural law for deontological
    and utilitarianism and situation ethics for teleological and for hybrid rule and situation ethic???if theres anything else you feel i shoud know please say
    you have to also apply it to medical ethics
    Or businesses ethics but I've been taught medical which is embryos research euthanisia active and passive blood transfusions there's a whole lot
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    Can I ever argue when talking about ethics and moral decision making that you can look at religion in terms of making moral decisions?? So counter act it by saying scripture conscience?
    Or is this irrelevant kind of
    Confused ?
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    Anyone doing RST4A?
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    Does anyone have an A* essay for dentolotical systems and moral issues?! I hate deontological?
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    (Original post by revision1)
    you have to also apply it to medical ethics
    Or businesses ethics but I've been taught medical which is embryos research euthanisia active and passive blood transfusions there's a whole lot
    yhh i need to do the ethical issues part...are religious denominations needed
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    (Original post by Goodness_odt)
    yhh i need to do the ethical issues part...are religious denominations needed
    Nope theyre not needed how you revising for this? what are you using theres very limited about of notes online
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    is proportionalism under teleological or deontological?
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    (Original post by revision1)
    Nope theyre not needed how you revising for this? what are you using theres very limited about of notes online
    its the way we were taught before my teacher left she started all this sutff on religious denominations...but our new teacher taught us ways of moral decision making im guessing and im finding it hard to piece together what goes in what
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    (Original post by Goodness_odt)
    its the way we were taught before my teacher left she started all this sutff on religious denominations...but our new teacher taught us ways of moral decision making im guessing and im finding it hard to piece together what goes in what
    You do need religious denominations such as Catholics and you would link that to how Catholics use natural law in the religious question if it asked about religious denominations, hope this helped somewhat.
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    (Original post by rkrk1)
    You do need religious denominations such as Catholics and you would link that to how Catholics use natural law in the religious question if it asked about religious denominations, hope this helped somewhat.
    yh it does thanks so Protestants and Catholics and which systems they use
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    (Original post by Goodness_odt)
    yh it does thanks so Protestants and Catholics and which systems they use
    Yeah and maybe their views on conscience
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    (Original post by DustToDust)
    Anyone doing RST4A?
    I am..
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    (Original post by revision1)
    is proportionalism under teleological or deontological?
    Proportionalism is actually one of the extra hybrid ethical systems. Its hybrid because it combines Situation ethics and Natural Moral Law!
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    Is anyone just revising for ethics (inc. religious ethical), and not bothering with the religion side, e.g scripture and conscience?
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    Does anyone have any predictions for paper 4c ways of moral decision making, and my main question is whether they can change the questions on this paper like they did for philosophy?
 
 
 
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