Philosophy A Level at Launceston College
2. Moral philosophy
3. Metaphysics of God
4. Metaphysics of mind
Understand the ways in which philosophers have analysed the core concepts of philosophy.
Understand the main philosophical arguments within topics.
Understand the philosophical claims which are made within each topic.
Understand the similarities and differences between the forms of reasoning used in different philosophical content areas.
Generate responses using appropriate philosophical formats, to a range of philosophical
5 GCSE’s at A*-C or (9 – 5) including minimum of 6 in English. This subject particularly compliments A levels in history, English Language and English Literature.
Possible progression routes – It could lead to numerous university courses including theology. philosophy, politics and economics.
Equipment required – None although textbooks may be relevant.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Launceston College directly.