Seven Reasons to study history Understanding one’s country’s history could evoke a sense of patriotism and establish a greater sense of security and confidence the future. Though it depends on the country Only through history can a society have an…

1. What is the difference between a conjecture and a theorem? A conjecture is comparable to a hypothesis, whereas a theory could be compared to a law. 2. In THE VIDEO Eduardo Saenz de Cabezon uses the example of people…

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Understanding the artist’s intended purpose is not necessary in appreciating the artwork for what it is.                 Take the Mona Lisa, for instance. Widely considered to be the most famous piece of art…

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The vagueness and ambiguity of language always inhibits the production of knowledge Firstly, in what scenario would language be ambiguous? Could it be determined by our ability to articulate ideas, or by the very ideas that we communicate through spoken…

Pure logic is only concerned with the structure of arguments. The validity of an argument is independent of the truth or falsity of its premises. Despite being arguably illogical/unreasonable, religion is still an extremely widespread devotion — having billions of…

Ethical problems are created because people get too attached to their point of view. Without emotion the world would be a more moral place. Our attachment to our opinions is the predominant cause to any form of conflict in our…

Even though there are problems with our perceptual systems, this doesn’t mean that knowledge gained from our senses is completely unreliable. I would argue that our perceptual systems do not have problems, but rather limited. In the case where our…

a) “Our knowledge in the arts and sciences depend heavily on our sense perception, and on technologies such as the microscope, which can enhance our sense perception”   b) What role does sense perception play in the production of knowledge…

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