A Level Philosophy Easter Revision

Ashbourne’s A level Philosophy Easter Revision courses run in morning or afternoon sessions over five days and are taught by Michael Peat. Students will benefit from Michael’s excellent teaching style, experience and attention to the needs of individual students, which is a key feature of the Easter Revision programme at Ashbourne.

 

Timetable

wk 1 – Mon 1st April – Fri 5th April
wk 2 – Mon 8th April – Fri 12th April
wk 3 – Mon 15th April – Fri 19th April
AM Session: Mon–Fri, 10am – 1pm
PM Session: Mon–Fri, 2pm – 5pm
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What is covered in the Philosophy Easter Revision courses?

Ashbourne follows the AQA syllabus for AS level and A level Philosophy. Please consult the timetable to see when these courses run. If you are interested in this Easter Revision subject and are following the same exam board please contact the college on 020 7937 3858 or easter@ashbournecollege.co.uk to enquire whether we can accommodate your specification.

 

AS level Easter Revision topics covered

Epistemology – the nature of knowledge, perception, empiricism and rationalism
Moral Philosophy – normative ethical theories, applications, metaethics (linear syllabus)

 

A level Easter Revision topics covered

Ethics – Utilitarianism, Kantian deontological ethics, Aristotle’s virtue ethics, ethical language, cognitivism, non-cognitivism.
Philosophy of Mind – mind–body problem, dualism, materialism, logical/analytical behaviourism, mind–brain type identity theory, functionalism, eliminative materialism.

 

Why Choose Ashbourne College A level Easter revision courses?
Ashbourne has provided me with the platform, the time and the space to grow intellectually. We are encouraged to read widely and since Ashbourne offers extra curricular critical theory, I have found my subjects being independently stimulated and motivated by cross disciplinary links. Aside from academic growth, Ashbourne has offered me a chance to feel a part of something. The opportunity to be the co-editor of Ashbourne Identity, the college’s student magazine, has given me a sense of responsibility, creative freedom and pride toward Ashbourne’s diversity. From Ashbourne’s Christmas Revue to its annual European trip, the college’s nurturing and collaborative atmosphere will remain a highlight of my time at Ashbourne
VictoriaEnglish and Drama at University of Manchester
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  • Guarantee: we will offer a full refund for any course if, within reason, it does not meet expectations
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