Advanced Level Computing Through Diagrams

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Oxford University Press, 2002 - A-level examinations - 112 pages
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Oxford Revision Guides are highly effective for both individual revision and classroom summary work. The diagrammatic approach makes the key concepts and processes, and the links between them, easier to memorize.Comprehensive coverageKey topics are graphically presented on page spreads, making the book extremely easy to use. Additionally, this book features specification matching grids so that you feel confident that your specification is covered.Saves revision timeYour students will save valuable revision time by using these notes instaed of condensing their own. In fact many students are choosing to buy their own copies so that they can colour code or highlight them as they might do with their own revision notes.
 

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The ontological argument
12
Index
17
The Kaiam argument
18
Humes and Mills criticisms
24
Conversion experiences
30
Newmans argument and modern criticisms
36
Science and religion
43
Weber
67
Mysticism
81
Natural and revealed theology
89
ETHICS
100
Motives for actions and outcomes
105
Virtue ethics
111
The three postulates of practical reason
118
Criticisms of utilitarianism
124

Darwinism and neoDarwinism
49
The theodicy of Augustine
55
The challenge to religious belief from psychology
61
Predestination
130
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