Cameroon philosophy GCE A/Level Past questions from 2015 to 2019

Cameroon philosophy GCE A/Level Past questions from 2015 to 2019Cameroon philosophy GCE A/Level Past questions from 2015 to 2019

CAMEROON PHILOSOPHY GCE A/L 2019
SECTION ONE: WESTERN PHILOSOPHY
1. The Pre-Socratics were preoccupied with the problem of permanence in the universe. Discuss this Eleatic assertion.
(25 marks)

  1. Are you the Marxist view that the history of human societies is caused by class struggle? (25 marks)

SECTION TWO: AFRICAN PHILOSOPHY
3. The reality of witchcraft is reasonable. Critically asses this assertion. (25 marks)
4. “Negritude is the affirmation of the African Being. “Examine the tenability of his assertion. (25 marks)

SECTION THREE: PHILOSOPHICAL PROBLEMS
5. “Since seeks objective truth while religion seeks the Absolute. “Discuss this assertion focusing on their similarities and differences.
(25 marks)
6. The state is an obstacle to human freedom. Is this fair appreciation of the role of the state? (25 marks)

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CAMEROON GCE June 2017 Philosophy Paper 2
Three hours
Candidates are required to answer FOUR questions, choosing at least one question from each section.
Each essay question shall be marked according to the following criteria:
– Coherence and organization of material;
Clear presentation of the problematic;
– Identification of the Thesis, Antithesis, Synthesis and Conclusion.
Each question carries 25 marks.
You are reminded of the necessity for good English and orderly presentation in your answers.

SECTION ONE: WESTERN PHILOSOPHY

  1. Were the Sophists philosophers? (25 marks)
  2. “/All thinking is a way of doing something”/ Justify this pragmatic view in Peirce’/s Philosophy (25 marks)

SECTION TWO: AFRICAN PHILOSOPHY
3. The defence for the non-existence of witchcraft is problematic. Discuss. (25 marks)
4. Consciencism is illusory. Justify the tenability of this assertion. (25 marks)

SECTION THREE: PHILOSOPHICAL PROBLEMS
5. Is abortion morally justifiable? (25 marks)
6. Can one attribute man’/s calamities to God? (25 marks)

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