Learning Lab – Course Units

Philosophy

Ancient Greek Philosophy

Life Death and Beyond

This course includes 14 hours of guided learning hours, plus assignment work.

In total you should expect to spend 22-26 hours on this unit or 11-13 hours per week.

This is the equivalent of 2 weeks of your A level course in school.

Arguments for God’s existence

Religious Experience

The problem of evil and suffering

The nature of God

Religious Language Classical

Religious Language 20th Century Influences

Miracles

Normative Ethics

Natural Law

Situation Ethics

Kantian Ethics

Utilitarianism

Virtue Theory

Applied Ethics

Euthanasia

Business Ethics

Sexual Ethics

Animal Ethics

Capital Punishment

Environmental Ethics

War ethics

Ethics

Conscience

Meta Ethics

Divine Command Theory

Freewill and Moral Responsibility

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Dialogues

The dialogue between Philosophy and Christianity

The dialogue between Ethics and Christianity

Developments in Christian Thought

Sources of Wisdom and Authority

Augustine and Human Nature

Sources and Expressions of Religious Identity

Gender and Sexuality

Christianity and Science

Secularisation

Pluralism

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