RELIGION, PHILOSOPHY AND ETHICS AT HABERDASHERS' ABRAHAM DARBY.
A Level OCR
Three marks of existence
Four Noble Truths
The development of Mahayana Buddhism
Madhyamaka and Prajnaparamita
Buddhism in the far east - Zen Buddhism
Buddhism in the Far east - Pure Land Buddhism
Buddhism in the West
Engaged Buddhism and Activism
Buddhism and Gender
Introduction to philosophy
Ancient philosophical influences
The philosophical language of soul, mind and body
Existence of God
The Teleological argument
The Cosmological argument
The Ontological argument
Problem of Evil and Suffering
The Nature of God
The Apophatic way
Wittgenstein’s views on language games and forms of life
Introduction to Ethics
Key stage 4
KS4 AQA NEW
Buddhism: Beliefs and Teachings
Christianity: Beliefs and Teachings
Religion & Life
Religion, Crime and Punishment
Religion, Peace and Conflict
Key Stage 3
Belief and Belonging
Information on religions
Topic 4 - Science and technology
Candidates are expected to know the following;
Experimentation (animals and humans) and the role of ethics in decision-making.
Inventions and the role of ethics in the control of their use (e.g. nuclear inventions).
Scientific and technological advances and decisions about who benefits.
Human rights and the conflict with the use of technology, e.g. surveillance, data storage, cyber crime.
A religious perspective on these issues in science and technology.
Should science be controlled by ethics, and, if so, which ethical system?
Is it better for ethics to be reactive – to respond to new scientific ideas?
Can a scientific discovery be 'undiscovered'?
How far should society allow religion to control scientific and technological development?
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