Utilitarianism: Normative Approaches

 

Preview of Lesson Plans:

Plane Crash on PP – discussion

Outline Hume and Hutcheson’s views.

PP: work through Bentham with discussion points

See: Tackling Application Essays for guidance on how to answer an exam question.

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This 42 page pack contains quizzes, glossaries, summary sheets, essay tips and possible exam questions to help structure your revision for all six of the AS ethics topics. It also provides space for notes and outlines the spec requirements. Everything you need to get your revision off to a flying start!

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Go to guide:

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Recommended extended reading/ quote source:

 

 

Recommended viewing (links to Amazon below):

Dorian Gray [DVD]

This film draws on the ideas of living a life of pure pleasure. Can one really focus just on pleasures?

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3 thoughts on “Utilitarianism: Normative Approaches

  1. Shelley

    I would love the resources for this lesson if you wouldn’t mind? So useful and straight forward (for me as well as the students!).

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