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Does anyone have good ideas of connections to use in Ethics? There isn’t any information about connections but they are needed in the mark scheme.
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Does anyone have good ideas of connections to use in Ethics? There isn’t any information about connections but they are needed in the mark scheme.
What do you mean by connections? Like within the spec?
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What do you mean by connections? Like within the spec?
Yes, between Christianity and Ethics or Philosophy and Ethics if possible?
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You can reference the canon(Christianity) when arguing against utilitarianism as it goes again the key teachings due it not revolving solely on the rules of Christianity.
Religious language and emotivism have huge links
As /a2 Christianity link - it’s argued that the resurrection of Jesus was not first in the bible yet luke added it so that it was seen as true that the messiah prophecy had happened, ( Jewish, Protestant and RC canon Old Testament cannon) which confirms that the canon may have been changed to fit an agenda, also with different accounts of birth narratives supporting this
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