My Revision Notes: Edexcel A2 Religious Studies Developments: Philosophy of Religion and Ethics (MRN) Paperback – 26 Apr 2013
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Gordon Reid is a former Head of Religious Studies and well-known author of textbooks for both GCSE and A Level. He regularly speaks at student and teacher conferences. He has been a Principal Examiner of Religious Studies for many years.
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Typos and mistakes litter this book. It made me laugh when the book claimed that Hume's 'Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion' was written in 2006, when in the same sentence it says that Hume lived until 1776. Or when it said that Kant's 'Critique of Pure Reason' was written in 1999, when Kant died in 1804. If someone were to buy this book and solely revise from it without noticing the mistakes, they would fail in the exam, I guarantee. However, there are sparse moments in the book which contain concise, actually relevant information. Therefore if you do buy it, make sure you use another source of revision, too.
The only thing I found it useful for was going through the book and correcting all the mistakes - this was actually quite a helpful revision task.
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Quality book with strong knowledge & philosphical references, good enough to help one achieve a B. One will however need to do further research to achieve higher.Published 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
Really useful for my students but would have found essay writing skills section useful as its very knowledge focusedPublished 15 months ago by Miss J F Skelton