Examining Philosophy and Ethics
Written by an experienced A level Religious Studies teacher and examiner, this invaluable text examines key questions in Philosophy and Ethics and provides balanced, thought-provoking and accessible answers. It delivers a route through AS/A2 Philosophy of Religion and Religious Ethics that will consolidate students' understanding, help structure essays and improve grades. Each section is introduced by an overview of the topics and the thinkers, theories and issues involved.
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