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Currently studying History BA at Oxford university. Most of my resources are revision tools used for my AS and A2 exams. Feel free to ask any questions you may have regarding my resources!

Currently studying History BA at Oxford university. Most of my resources are revision tools used for my AS and A2 exams. Feel free to ask any questions you may have regarding my resources!
Situation Ethics - Consolidated notes
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Situation Ethics - Consolidated notes

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Notes on Situation Ethics, suitable for AS / A2 Philosophy or Religious Studies students. These can be used either as a revision tool or to further learning in lessons. These notes cover the following: key terminology social and historical context the concept of best interests the Four Presuppositions the Six Fundamental Precepts Evaluations by scholars This resource includes quotes and examples from scholars to support your responses in essays.
Kantian Deontology - Revision Notes
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Kantian Deontology - Revision Notes

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Brief revision notes for Kantian Deontology, suitable for AS / A2 Philosophy or Religious Studies students . Covers the following; Key Features Non-Consequentialism Duty & the Good Will The Categorical Imperative Freedom & Autonomy Summum Bonum Contains lots of quotations to support your points in essays. Useful to review and support pre-existing knowledge.
Design Argument - Consolidated Notes
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Design Argument - Consolidated Notes

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Notes on The Design Argument, suitable for AS / A2 Philosophy or Religious Studies students. These can be used either as a revision tool or to further learning in lesson. These notes cover the following: key terminology Paley and the analogical argument Aquinas and the Fifth Way Swinburne and Regularities of Succession Swinburne and the argument from Probability The Aesthetic Argument The Anthropic Argument Eschatological Verification Criticisms from Dawkins, evolution, Mill, Hume, Epicurus key quotations and explanations of these concepts This resource includes quotes and examples from scholars to support your responses in essays.
Abolition of the Slave Trade; 1785-1870
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Abolition of the Slave Trade; 1785-1870

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Abolition of the Slave Trade - British History 1785 - 1870 15 pages of quality notes on the topic of the Abolition of the Slave Trade in Britain, suitable for AS / A2 History students. These notes were made for Edexcel’s Britain; Democracy, Protest and Reform 1785-1870 course. These can be used either as a revision tool or to further learning in lessons, and cover all of the key content needed to achieve a top grade in an A2 exam. These notes cover the following: timeline of key events the significance of humanitarianism Quakerism, Evangelicals and the Society for Effecting the Cause of Abolition economic and financial considerations the work of individuals - Clarkson, Wilberforce and Equiano American War of Independence the French Revolution the 1806 Foreign Slave Trade Act Slave Rebellions and Resistance Includes assessment of key historians associated with each interpretation - these notes can therefore also be used for a source-based paper. These historians include Williams, Anstey, Walvin, Hochschild and Richardson.
Growth of Parliamentary Democracy - Britain 1785-1870
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Growth of Parliamentary Democracy - Britain 1785-1870

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Growth of Parliamentary Democracy - Britain 1785-1870 14 pages of detailed notes on the Growth of Parliamentary Democracy, suitable for AS / A2 History students. These notes were made for Edexcel’s Britain; Protest, Democracy and Reform module. These can be used either as a revision tool or to further learning in lessons, and cover all of the key content needed for a top grade in an A2 exam. These notes cover the following: the unreformed Parliament; the franchise, uncontested seats and demands for reform the impact of the French Revolution; the ideas of Paine, Burke and Wollstonecraft; the response of popular press; riots and popular gatherings; demands of the manufacturing classes Economic and Social Distress 1820 - 1832; the Swing Riots; the Birmingham Political Union Passing the 1832 Reform Act; the decline of the Tories; resignation of Liverpool and the passage of the three bills; the impact of the Bill Chartism; membership; moral vs physical force Chartism; the economic and political causes of Chartism; reasons for and extent of its failure Further Parliamentary Reform 1852 - 1870; changing political attitudes; the Reform Union and the Reform League; the 1867 Reform Bill; Disraeli and Gladstone; its impact
Britain 1785 - 1870 ; Democracy, Protest and Reform - Edexcel
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Britain 1785 - 1870 ; Democracy, Protest and Reform - Edexcel

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This bundle contains detailed and comprehensive revision notes on all five of the sections covered in Edexcel’s module; Britain 1785 - 1870 ; Democracy, Protest and Reform from an A* student. Over 50 pages of quality notes on the following topics the abolition of the slave trade the growth of parliamentary democracy industrialisation and protest poverty and pauperism unionism and co-operation These notes are formatted thematically, making it easier to structure essay responses and target the key conceptual and historiographic issues surrounding each topic. Key dates, individuals and statistics are highlighted throughout the notes. Save 40% when buying as a bundle!
Unionism and Co-Operation - Britain 1785 - 1870
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Unionism and Co-Operation - Britain 1785 - 1870

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Unionism and Cooperation - Britain 1785-1870 10 pages of detailed notes on Unionism and Cooperation, suitable for AS / A2 History students. These notes were made for Edexcel’s Britain; Protest, Democracy and Reform module. These can be used either as a revision tool or to further learning in lessons, and cover all of the key content needed for a top grade in an A2 exam. These notes cover the following: timeline of key events growth of early trade unions the Grand National Consolidated Trades Union of 1834 Government and Industry Response to unions the Combination Acts the Master and Servant Act New Model Unionism 1850-1870 The Amalgamated Society of Engineers Nationalisation and the Trade Unions Congress Cooperation and New Lanark Exchange Bazaars the Rochdale Pioneers Friendly Societies
Industrialisation and Protest - Britain 1785 - 1870
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Industrialisation and Protest - Britain 1785 - 1870

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Industrialisation and Protest - Britain 1785-1870 17 pages of detailed notes on the Industrialisation and Protest, suitable for AS / A2 History students. These notes were made for Edexcel’s Britain; Protest, Democracy and Reform module. These can be used either as a revision tool or to further learning in lessons, and cover all of the key content needed for a top grade in an A2 exam. These notes cover the following: timeline of key events the growth of banking the new industrial middle class; Arkwright and Adam Smith the North / South Divide growth of cities Government attitude; water supplies, railways and laissez-faire -living conditions; housing conditions, sanitation, model towns working conditions; factories and foundries, mines, women and children industrial protest; Luddism, the Swing Riots, the 10 Hour Movement Factory reform; growing support and opposition; impact of the 1833 reform act improving living conditions; the 1848 Public Health Act; Burial Act and Sanitation Act
The Ontological Argument - Philosophy of Religion
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The Ontological Argument - Philosophy of Religion

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10 pages of quality notes on the Ontological Argument, suitable for AS / A2 Philosophy or Religious Studies students. These can be used either as a revision tool or to further learning in lessons, and cover all of the key content needed for an A2 exam. These notes cover the following: key terminology and definitions St Anselm and the origins of the argument Gaunilo and his critiques of Anselm Aquinas Descartes Leibniz modern approaches to the issue; Malcolm and Plantinga criticism and evaluationof the argument from Hume, Kant, Moore, Russell, Gasking, Oppy, Dawkins, Davies & Thompson This resource includes scholarly quotes and examples from key thinkers to support your responses in essays.
Critiques of Faith - Philosophy of Religion
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Critiques of Faith - Philosophy of Religion

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Notes on the Non-Existence of God & Critiques of Religious Belief, suitable for AS / A2 Philosophy or Religious Studies students. These can be used either as a revision tool or to further learning in lessons, but cover all of the key content that may be needed in an A2 exam. These notes cover the following: introduction to the notion of atheism sociological critiques of faith - Durkheim and *Marx psychological critiques of faith - Freud critical evaluation of these theories This resource includes scholarly quotes and examples from key thinkers to support your responses in essays.
Evil and Suffering - Philosophy of Religion
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Evil and Suffering - Philosophy of Religion

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Consolidated notes on the Problem of Evil and Suffering, suitable for AS / A2 Philosophy or Religious Studies students. They cover the responses made by religious thinkers to the issue of evil and suffering. These can be used either as a revision tool or to further learning in lessons, but cover all of the key content needed in an AS examination. These notes cover the following: introduction to the problem of evil and suffering Augustinian theodicy Irenaean theodicy Process Theodicy Protest Theodicy critical evaluations of all of these theodicies This resource includes scholarly quotes and examples from key thinkers to support your responses in essays.
Philosophy of Religion - A Level Revision Notes
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Philosophy of Religion - A Level Revision Notes

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This bundle contains detailed and comprehensive revision notes on four of the sections covered in Edexcel’s Philosophy of Religion AS / A2 examination. They include quality notes on the following topics: Critiques of Faith and the Non-Existence of God The Design Argument The Ontological Argument the Problem of Evil and Suffering These notes are formatted in order to explain and evaluate scholarly ideas. Quotations from key contributers are included throughout, as well as examples to use to support your essay responses. These notes target the key concepts and issues that examiners are looking for! Save 30% when buying as a bundle!
Poverty and Pauperism - Britain 1785 - 1870
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Poverty and Pauperism - Britain 1785 - 1870

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Poverty and Pauperism - Britain 1785-1870 16 pages of detailed notes on Poverty and Pauperism, suitable for AS / A2 History students. These notes were made for Edexcel’s Britain; Protest, Democracy and Reform module. These can be used either as a revision tool or to further learning in lessons, and cover all of the key content needed for a top grade in an A2 exam. These notes cover the following: timeline of key events the Old Poor Law; implementation and effectiveness the 1832 Royal Commission Attitudes towards Poverty; ideological pressure from Malthus, Townsend, Paine, Bentham and Owen Financial Pressure; the end of the Napoleonic Wars the 1834 Poor Law; implementation of poor relief and effectiveness the workhouse regime; growth of workhouses, conditions inside workhouses, and the continuation of outdoor relief opposition to the New Poor Law; Political opposition from Tories and popular discontent Andover Scandal Changing attitudes; Mayhew, the establishment of the Workhouse Visiting Society the growth of charity and self-help; middle class philanthropists, medical journals, establishment of the Charity Organisation Society evaluation of key individuals; Carlyle, Mayhew, Dickens, Gaskell and Smiles