Critically assess the claim that Reductive Materialism is a superior worldview to Substance Dualism.

Upon first glance, a seemingly stalwart case may be made for the reductive materialist worldview. This essay will argue that whilst Reductive Materialism possibly can be the worldview that accurately encapsulates the essence of the reality we find ourselves in, Substance Dualism is a superior worldview to adopt as it accounts better for morality and... Continue Reading →


To what extent do the women in ‘Wuthering Heights’ conform to social expectations in Victorian England?

Within Emily Brontë's Wuthering Heights we are able to see the way in which the different female characters either conform or oppose social expectations of women in Victorian England. The elder Catherine defies such social expectations initially and does carry this internally 'rebellious' nature on through her life, but she equally makes seminal life choices... Continue Reading →

To what extent were Christian ideas and beliefs critical in shaping the Abolition movement (1760 – 1833)?

FORMAT: Introduction Christian ideas and beliefs (Wilberforce and Sharp, Other notable Christians, Quakers) Economic reasons The Haitian Revolution Endnotes Bibliography   The British Abolition movement of the mid eighteenth to mid nineteenth century to bring about the end of the slave trade and slavery had a wide variety of factors that were seminal in shaping... Continue Reading →

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