Key Stage 3Philosophy and Religion: The Meaning of LifeWednesdays 4.10pm

Units of Study:

The Point is Living with Nature – Diogenes and Lao Zi
The Point is to Have Fun – Epicurus and Bentham
The Point is to be Wise – Plato and Marcus Aurelias
The Point is Subjective – Descartes and Sartre
The Point is Subjective – Descartes and Sartre
There is No Point – Nietzsche

Lessons: 6 X 50 Minute Lessons

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Starts: 2nd November @ 4.10pm

The Course

We’re going to start our exploration of religion and philosophy with a BIG question: What is the meaning of life? What’s the point? You don’t need to be a philosopher to ask this question, and there have been a lot of attempts at an answer. Could living like a dog be the key? Giving your life to a god? Maybe there is no point and we just experience a Will to Power, or perhaps we should just laugh at the absurdity of life altogether?! You may find an answer to the question of life, or you may not, but you’ll definitely have fun thinking about it!

Units of Study

The Point is Living with Nature – Diogenes and Lao Zi

The Point is to Have Fun – Epicurus and Bentham

The Point is to be Wise – Plato and Marcus Aurelias

The Point is Subjective – Descartes and Sartre

The Point is Subjective – Descartes and Sartre

There is No Point – Nietzsche

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Philosophy and Religion: The Meaning of Life

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Curriculum: Key Stage 3
When: Wednesdays 4.10pm
First Lesson: 2nd November @ 4.10pm
Length: 6 Weeks
Lessons: 6 X 50 Minute Lessons

Units of Study:

The Point is Living with Nature – Diogenes and Lao Zi
The Point is to Have Fun – Epicurus and Bentham
The Point is to be Wise – Plato and Marcus Aurelias
The Point is Subjective – Descartes and Sartre
The Point is Subjective – Descartes and Sartre
There is No Point – Nietzsche