Hello! My name is Tash and I am currently studying Philosophy and French at the University of Bristol.
My areas of expertise lie in English Language and Philosophy and Ethics. However, if there is anything else that you feel you want my help with that is closely related to these subjects i.e. English Literature (GCSE) or Religious Studies (GCSE or A Level), drop me a message and I would be glad to help to the best of my abilities!
Our time together will largely be spent on focusing on whatever helps you - whether that's me setting tasks, giving you feedback or addressing any of your questions or specific topics - I will tailor the session to you.
Some of my interests away from academia involve exercising, singing, attending Hindu society and meeting new people! I enjoy volunteering with young SEN adults with complex needs and sharing my knowledge. I enjoy watching the success of others - especially with my support!
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There are advantages and disadvantages to both absolutism and relativism so this would depend on the denomination of a particular religion as well as a personal viewpoint.
Some examples of advantages to relativism include:
- The rules can be broken in order to help people
- It is understood that things are not always straight forward
- it considers the circumstances surrounding a person
Some disadvantages include:
- It may be unfair and difficult to monitor how one should act when the rules would change in different circumstances
- Rules could be manipulated in order to suit one's lack of morals
- Cultural Relativism could be difficult to deal with as what is acceptable and defined as 'good' in one culture may not be the same in another
Some advantages of absolutism include:
- It is easy to follow rules as the same rule always applies regardless of the situation
- It means that people are all treated as equals as there are no exceptions
- It allows one to make a moral decision quickly
Some disadvantages of absolutism games include:
- It may be called unfair or unjust as it does not allow for one's personal circumstances to be taken into account
- It is difficult to determine what absolute morals are in the first place
- It does not allow for exceptionssee more
P.E.A or P.E.E stands for point, evidence, analysis or point, evidence, explanation.
It is a good way to structure an answer to make it clear, concicse and coherent.
Firstly, you make a precise point. E.g. table tennis is a better sport than badminton.
You must then back this up with your evidence - this is usually in the form of quote. E.g. We know this as the book says "[insert appropriate related quote here]"
Lastly, you must give an explanation or analysis of how it is that the evidence that you have provided links to your point. E.g. Therefore, it is clear that table tennis is a better sport than badminton as less running is required (or another valid reason).see more