When it came to writing my questions for Marianne Talbot , it’s safe to say I didn’t know where to start. Director of Studies at Oxford University’s Department of Continuing Education, finding time in her busy schedule....
On this course, you will understand how the teachings of Plato and Aristotle influenced later Christian and (briefly) Islamic beliefs and ethics....moreFrom £51
Suggested subject - Ethics
Free Will and Conscience: What do we mean when we talk about Free Will? Is everything we do determined? What do we mean by Conscience? Is it always...moreFrom £55
Located 7 minutes from Waterloo station.
I Chose to study at Morley as, being a South Londoner, it was my local college. ...more
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How should one live? What makes an action right? Is it more important to perform the right act or be a good person? We ask these important moral...moreFrom £130
Critical thinking course for creative practitioners exploring culture, society and politics drawing on a range of cultural theories and work by...moreFrom £299
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You might not be quite sure what Philosophy is. Don‰Ûªt worry, many people aren‰Ûªt! In a general sense Philosophy addresses some of the big...moreThis course might be free