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AS Philosophy Revision Guide for OCR

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A top teacher unravels the issues within the arguments for the existence of God, religious language, religious experience and the problem of evil. All the key philosophers are explored and analysed with useful tables and comparisons. Key terms, and quotes from academics provide further revision material, which together with an outline of common confusions makes this an essential addition to the revision process.

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Avoiding over- simplification, each chapter illustrates the main points with key quotes and clarifies confusions to avoid. Pitched just right for revision, this guide allows the student to survey and understand new angles on complex issues in a way that should enhance the chances of an A grade.

Each chapter contains QR codes that can be scanned with your phone (or type the i-pu-sh links into your web browser) to go directly to the topic you need help with.

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Table of Contents

  1. How to Get an A Grade
  2. Introduction to Philosophy of Religion
  3. Plato’s Forms and Analogy of the Cave
  4. Aristotle
  5. Judeao-Christian Influences upon the Philosophy of Religion
  6. The Goodness of God
  7. Traditional Arguments for the Existence of God
  8. The Cosmological Argument for the Existence of God
  9. The Teleological (Design) Argument for the Existence of God
  10. Kant’s Moral Argument
  11. Challenges to Religious Belief: The Problem of Evil
  12. Challenges to Religious Belief: Religion and Science
  13. Exam Rescue Remedy
  14. Bibliography
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AS Philosophy Revision Guide for OCR

A top teacher unravels the issues within the arguments for the existence of God, religious language, religious experience and the problem of evil. All the key philosophers are explored and analysed with useful tables and comparisons. Key terms, and quotes from academics provide further revision material, which together with an outline of common confusions makes this an essential addition to the revision process.

Prepare to Learn the Fast and Painless Way!Amazon 5 star review

Avoiding over- simplification, each chapter illustrates the main points with key quotes and clarifies confusions to avoid. Pitched just right for revision, this guide allows the student to survey and understand new angles on complex issues in a way that should enhance the chances of an A grade.

Each chapter contains QR codes that can be scanned with your phone (or type the i-pu-sh links into your web browser) to go directly to the topic you need help with.

A brilliant revision guideAmazon 5 star review

Table of Contents

  1. How to Get an A Grade
  2. Introduction to Philosophy of Religion
  3. Plato’s Forms and Analogy of the Cave
  4. Aristotle
  5. Judeao-Christian Influences upon the Philosophy of Religion
  6. The Goodness of God
  7. Traditional Arguments for the Existence of God
  8. The Cosmological Argument for the Existence of God
  9. The Teleological (Design) Argument for the Existence of God
  10. Kant’s Moral Argument
  11. Challenges to Religious Belief: The Problem of Evil
  12. Challenges to Religious Belief: Religion and Science
  13. Exam Rescue Remedy
  14. Bibliography
Very good and well-written guidelinesAmazon 5 star review
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