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PAGE CONTENT
1 Title Page
2 Content/Index
3 Animal Rights
7 The Environment
12 Prejudice & Discrimination
18 Abortion
22 War & Peace
27 Young people
33 Exam Tips, Resources & Past Paper

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Within this topic candidates should be familiar with the key
teachings from the religion(s) studied and should be aware
of how religious leaders and other faith members have
interpreted these teachings and applied them to life in
society today.
religious beliefs about the status of animals; the extent to
which…

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"Ask the experimenters why they experiment on animals, and
the answer is: `Because the animals are like us.' Ask the
experimenters why it is morally OK to experiment on
animals, and the answer is: 'Because the animals are not like
us.` Animal experimentation rests on a logical contradiction.
" -Professor…

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Eating Meat:
Humans are animals, and animals eat meat! We have the teeth to eat
meat, so it is natural! Protein from meat is an important part of peoples diet!
Humans have always eaten meat! It is traditional and a part of some
peoples religion! People who are vegetarian will…

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Page 1

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Page 3

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Page 4

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PAGE CONTENT
1 Title Page
2 Content/Index
3 Animal Rights
7 The Environment
12 Prejudice & Discrimination
18 Abortion
22 War & Peace
27 Young people
33 Exam Tips, Resources & Past Paper

Page 5

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Within this topic candidates should be familiar with the key
teachings from the religion(s) studied and should be aware
of how religious leaders and other faith members have
interpreted these teachings and applied them to life in
society today.
religious beliefs about the status of animals; the extent to
which…

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"Ask the experimenters why they experiment on animals, and
the answer is: `Because the animals are like us.' Ask the
experimenters why it is morally OK to experiment on
animals, and the answer is: 'Because the animals are not like
us.` Animal experimentation rests on a logical contradiction.
" -Professor…

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Eating Meat:
Humans are animals, and animals eat meat! We have the teeth to eat
meat, so it is natural! Protein from meat is an important part of peoples diet!
Humans have always eaten meat! It is traditional and a part of some
peoples religion! People who are vegetarian will…

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