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Exploring immortality audio icon

History & The Arts 

Exploring immortality

To mark the new BA (Hons) qualification in Religion, Philosophy and Ethics (R45), Suzanne Newcombe and Carolyn Price discuss how researchers in Religious Studies and Philosophy investigate immortality.

Audio
10 mins
Everyday English for Health and Social Care and Education Support 2 free course icon

Languages 

Everyday English for Health and Social Care and Education Support 2

This free course will develop and improve your speaking and listening, reading and writing skills for your work in the health, social care and education sector.

Free course
48 hrs
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Languages 

Everyday English for Construction and Engineering 2

This free course, adapted for the construction and engineering sector, will develop and improve your speaking and listening, reading and writing skills for your work, everyday life and further studies.

Free course
48 hrs
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History & The Arts 

Start writing fiction: characters and stories

Start writing fiction is a free course that helps you to get started with your own fiction writing, focusing on the central skill of creating characters.

Free course
24 hrs
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History & The Arts 

Visions of protest: Graffiti

This free course, Visions of protest: Graffiti, introduces students to contrasting understandings of graffiti. It draws on a wide range of graffiti examples, including mystery zebras in Hackney, fish graffiti in Morecambe, 'tags' in a Milton Keynes underpass, a McDonald's advert and exhibits at a highly established art gallery, the Tate Modern. Students will consider different arguments for and against the perception of graffiti as a form of art or as vandalism and explore how graffiti has been used as a form of communication and as an articulation of protest.

Free course
8 hrs
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History & The Arts

Visions of protest: Graffiti

This free course, Visions of protest: Graffiti, introduces students to contrasting understandings of graffiti. It draws on a wide range of graffiti examples, including mystery zebras in Hackney, fish graffiti in Morecambe, 'tags' in a Milton Keynes underpass, a McDonald's advert and exhibits at a highly established art gallery, the Tate Modern. Students will consider different arguments for and against the perception of graffiti as a form of art or as vandalism and explore how graffiti has been used as a form of communication and as an articulation of protest.

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Visions of protest: Graffiti

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The moral equality of combatants free course icon Level 3 icon

History & The Arts 

The moral equality of combatants

This free course introduces and explores the idea of the moral equality of combatants and discusses the question of the basis of liability to killing in war. It invites students to understand and ------ the epistemological argument for the moral equality of combatants and other arguments for and against this idea.

Free course
16 hrs
The moral equality of combatants Ebook icon

History & The Arts

The moral equality of combatants

This free course introduces and explores the idea of the moral equality of combatants and discusses the question of the basis of liability to killing in war. It invites students to understand and ------ the epistemological argument for the moral equality of combatants and other arguments for and against this idea.

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The moral equality of combatants

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History & The Arts 

Plato, opinions and the statues of Daedalus

Have you wondered what a Platonic dialogue is and what it is used for? Carolyn Price introduces Plato, the philosopher who took dialogues to another level.

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History & The Arts 

Can animals be courageous?

Could it make sense to describe a wild boar as courageous? Or a lion? Or a dog? Many people in the ancient world would certainly have thought so.

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History & The Arts 

What is good writing?

Does the idea of essay writing put you off the idea of studying? This free course, What is good writing?, will help you to realise that essays are not to be feared. You will learn how important it is to answer the question that is set and that your style of writing is as communicative as possible.

Free course
12 hrs
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What is good writing? Ebook icon

History & The Arts

What is good writing?

Does the idea of essay writing put you off the idea of studying? This free course, What is good writing?, will help you to realise that essays are not to be feared. You will learn how important it is to answer the question that is set and that your style of writing is as communicative as possible.

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