Ocr Philosophy And Ethics Essay Structure
The OCR board's Philosophy & Ethics A2 level specification emphasises the same aims and objectives as the AS level; however, as a comparison of the assessment objectives shows, much greater emphasis is placed on the evaluation of argument.
A2 Philosophy & Ethics is split into two corresponding papers:
AS/A Level GCE - Religious Studies - H172, H572 - OCR
The OCR course teaches an analysis and evaluation of core beliefs and teachings in Christianity and Islam. Theological arguments for the existence of God, eschatology and scriptural authority are assessed as well as issues surrounding marriage, medicine, charity and censorship. The course considers the philosophical and ethical implications of faith in the modern world and the tensions encountered between secular and sacred worldviews.
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