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Urgent help needed - does anyone know where I can access Philosophy a-level AQA notes or exemplar essays??
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There's one on here: https://alevelphilosophyandreligion.com/
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just going through the textbook and comparing it to the specification: for Berkeleys idealism, the textbook includes Berkeleys arguments ‘A material substratum’, ‘We perceive physical objects’ and Scepticism, but none of those are in the spec - therefore I guess we don't need to learn them?
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just going through the textbook and comparing it to the specification: for Berkeleys idealism, the textbook includes Berkeleys arguments ‘A material substratum’, ‘We perceive physical objects’ and Scepticism, but none of those are in the spec - therefore I guess we don't need to learn them?
Which textbook is that?
Berkeley says the opposite of these.
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Which textbook is that?
Berkeley says the opposite of these.
Lacewing. yeah I know, but these arguments are not in the specification - so should I learn them?
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Which textbook is that?
Berkeley says the opposite of these.
also, the same applies to substance - both Hume and Berkeley discuss it but it's not in the spec.
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Lacewing. yeah I know, but these arguments are not in the specification - so should I learn them?
Spec as in mark schemes for past papers or the spec overview on aqa's website?
Either way, I'd still learn them because they're useful information/arguments to include in 15/25 markers and stuff
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Spec as in mark schemes for past papers or the spec overview on aqa's website?
Either way, I'd still learn them because they're useful information/arguments to include in 15/25 markers and stuff
the aqa officials specification. ok, i'll learn them.
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Spec as in mark schemes for past papers or the spec overview on aqa's website?
Either way, I'd still learn them because they're useful information/arguments to include in 15/25 markers and stuff
which objections apply to moral naturalism and moral non-naturalism, from Humes Fork and Ayers verification, Humes belief moral judgements not motivation, Humes ought-is gap, mackies argument from relativity and queerness?
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