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Philosophy, Religion & Ethics

In Philosophy, Religion and Ethics we ask BIG questions such as: Is war ever justified? Are abortion and euthanasia ever right? Can we know whether God exists or not? Do we have free will? You will examine the nature and concept of God, comparing and contrasting it with similar philosophical concepts promoted in Ancient Greece. You will also study ethical theories and philosophical approaches to solving moral dilemmas. If you enjoy reading, debating and writing about important matters, you’ll find Philosophy, Religion and Ethics fascinating.

Take a look at the Philosophy, Religion and Ethics course handbook which features:

  • Teachers’ contact details
  • Course overview
  • First year specification details
  • Assessment details
  • Assessment objectives
  • Course requirements and expectations
  • Guide to using Google Classroom
  • How RS respects British Values