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Writing a Philosophy Essay

When writing a Philosophy essay, your task is two fold: (1) explain a viewpoint clearly, (2)...
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How To Write A Philosophy Essay At A Level (AQA)

Examiners are looking for three things: Clear, detailed arguments (AO1/AO2); an effective...
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Do you want to know why you are here?

Philosophy and Religious Studies are subjects which allow us to delve into the greatest...
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Wittgenstein's Philosophy of Religion

Ideas from Wittgenstein’s later philosophy have been influential in the contemporary debate...

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  • Do you want to know why you are here?

    Amy Hemingway A-level Philosophy Tutor (Oxford) Picture Philosophy and Religious Studies are subjects which allow us to delve into the greatest questions about life and the universe, and look at varying answers to these enigmas throughout the history of humankind. Neither subject promises to give us the answers, in fact I was once told that by...
  • Kids and Adults...it's all the same really.

    University Philosophy Tutor (North London) Picture When I first started teaching Logic to MA students I found something weird...it's just like teaching children! I have taught in different schools to different levels but even on 30+ years old, my 'I'm not going to continue until you stop talking' face skill works.  That's the thing about...
  • Writing a Philosophy Essay Editor's Pick

    Dr Tim Pritchard A-level Philosophy Tutor (West London) Picture When writing a Philosophy essay, your task is two fold: (1) explain a viewpoint clearly, (2) evaluate that viewpoint. As a useful template, you can split the task into three parts: Present, Explain, Evaluate. Present the view which you will be discussing. Give a brief outline of the...

 

  • Virtue Ethics (tutorial plan sample)

    Dr Thomas Giourgas A-level Philosophy Tutor (Edinburgh) Picture Virtue ethics' central concepts, virtue, practical wisdom and eudaimonia It suffered a momentary eclipse during the nineteenth century but re-emerged in the late 1950's in Anglo-American philosophy. Anscombe: Modern Moral Philosophy à crystallized an increasing dissatisfaction with the forms...
  • Play Or Fail: The Importance Of Games Editor's Pick

    University Philosophy Tutor (West London) Picture “Games are only for children or idiots!” was an opinion I met regularly when teaching English to businesspeople in Russia. Admittedly, few actually said that, but most of my adult students thought it to some degree. After all, the idea spending serious study time playing spot-the-difference or...
  • How To Write A Philosophy Essay At A Level (AQA) Editor's Pick

    C Tweed A-level Philosophy Tutor (Harrow) Picture Examiners are looking for three things: Clear, detailed arguments (AO1/AO2); an effective discussion (AO2); strong evaluative points (AO3) and a convincing conclusion (AO3). The following key points should help you understand how to meet the criteria above. 1. Arguments vs. ExplanationThe...