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    I need help coming up with a EPQ question relating to the philosophy of law. So far I've looked at:
    -What is law?
    -What is the relationship between law and morality?
    -Can human rights be forfeited?
    -Laws are made for human beings, but does everyone classify as a human?

    Would any of these be a suitable title or should I come up with a new one?
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    (Original post by shannonla)
    I need help coming up with a EPQ question relating to the philosophy of law. So far I've looked at:
    -What is law?
    -What is the relationship between law and morality?
    -Can human rights be forfeited?
    -Laws are made for human beings, but does everyone classify as a human?

    Would any of these be a suitable title or should I come up with a new one?
    The first two with their current wording I would say are not good as your question needs to be evaluative not descriptive. You have to be able to weigh up arguments in your project and come to a conclusion. The last two are more suitable and sound very interesting! (Questions or topics generally use words like Assess, Evaluate, To what extent and it doesn't have to be a question if that's easier for you. They can be statements as well like "Assess the implications of something on law")

    You also have to make sure you can find a wide variety of sources on the topic, not just websites or books as you need to reference these throughout your project. A topic with little other research done on it would probably not be the best choice.

    I can't help with the specific topic as I'm currently doing a biomed based epq but I hope what I've said has been helpful!
 
 
 
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