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Philosophy and Ethics at Highcliffe School

Course description

Students learn to analyse key ethical issues and moral choices as well as philosophical dilemmas.

Course content

Students will be encouraged to discuss any views and opinions relevant to the course content regardless of experience. The Philosophy of religion includes an exploration of key and ultimate questions about the existence of God and proof, the problem of evil and the validity of miracles and religious experience.

Assessment

AS Level: 3 papers on Philosophy of Religion, Ethics and Buddhism.
A Level: 3 papers on Philosophy of Religion, Ethics and Buddhism.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Highcliffe School directly.

Last updated date: 09 September 2016

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