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Notes, sample essays and other useful information for IB Philosophy

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  1. Political Philosophy Essay

    Essay for IB Philosophy on Optional Theme 7: Political Philosophy in terms of the right role of civil society in relation to the state and government.

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  3. Hobbes and Rousseau Comparison (in Spanish)

    escrito comparativo entre Hobbes y Rousseau.

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  4. Philosophy IA - External authority and morality

    "Can morality remain meaningful if based on an external authority?"
    Final grade: 7
    Word count: 1882

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  5. Free will & determinism powerpoint & sample essay

    File contains two parts:
    1. Brief powerpoint with basic definitions on the subject of Free Will & Determinism
    2. A sample essay in response to a stimulus for the core theme.

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  6. Paper 3 Preparation Powerpoint

    Powerpoint document suggesting some general pointers for preparing for Paper 3

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  8. No Exit sartre

    Overview of the existentialist work "No exit" by Sartre. Use it if you want to understand more about the text or if you are unclear about it.

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  9. Philosophy

    Useful file for existentialism- core theme essay for Paper 1.

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  10. Technological Determinism

    A short overview of determinism, useful in Paper 1- Core Theme Essay

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  11. IB Philosophy -Absurdity

    Just a short powerpoint going through the key things in absurdity for the core module

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  12. How to write unseen: Philosophy Paper 3

    A short guide containing information on how to write the essay on the unseen passage for Paper 3 in the IB Philosophy exams. Strongly recommended for all IB Philosophy students!

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  13. Philosophy: How to write core - Paper 1

    A guide on how to write Paper 1 on core topics for IB Philosophy; both HL/SL.

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  14. Coretopics Outline

    A short PDF outlining the topics that are covered in the Core Topics-part of the IB Philosophy HL/SL course.

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  15. Ethics Option - Critically Assess the Claim That Moral Judgements Have Meaning & Value Only if They Are Based on the Current Trends of the Majority

    This is an essay I handed in as an end of topic test in the middle of IB1. I got a level 7 on it, so decided to share it with everyone. I focussed on utilitarianism, and used various examples to demonstrate my points.

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  17. The Tao- Governance

    The Tao: Governance

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  18. Faith and Philosophy HL

    Faith and Philosophy
    Philosophers POV

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  19. morality is relative

    'Morality is relative' - evaluate this claim

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  20. Does the soul exist?

    An essay asking 'what is a soul?'
    level 7

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  21. Philosophy IA TSM

    Internal Assessment Teacher Support Material
    Submitted by Admin.

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  22. Plato Political Authority

    Why do Plato’s provisions for political authority in the state continue to appal and attract?
    This essay was awarded a 7 (internally marked)

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  23. IA Grapes of Wrath

    Philosophy Internal Assessment SL: A critical discussion of Mill’s ‘inferior’ and ‘superior’ desires.
    Stimulus - The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck
    Mark awarded: 25/30 (7)

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  24. Philosophy Notes Paper 1 and Ethics Option

    Notes for Philosophy (Paper 1) and Notes for Option: Theories and Problems of Ethics
    These notes were submitted by Sandwich

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  25. Essay on Social Darwinism

    Essay on Social Darwinism: How does Craig use Darwin’s ‘Origin of Species’ to demonstrate that a sharp distinction between Philosophy and Science is neither possible or desirable?
    This essay was awarded a 6 (internally marked)
    This essay was submitted by Sandwich

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