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AQA Philosophy Free Will and Determinism

Discussion in 'Social sciences' started by emcphee, Jan 30, 2012.

  1. Is there anyone who has taught this module before and would mind giving me some guidance?
    It's the first year I have taught Philosophy A Level and although I'm really enjoying it, it's been a while since I studied it at uni and I'm struggling to get my head around some of the basics... When it refers to 'Determinism', are we just talking about causal determinism? And therefore fatalism and predestination are NOT forms of determinism? I'm very confused. I really want to be able to structure the lessons in a systematic way to make it easier for the students.
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    Sorry this might not be much use but have you tried posting this on the RE thread? In our school it's taught in that dept so if no-one can help on here, they might be able to help :)
  3. Thanks, I'll try that :)

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