Category: DP TOK

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TOK: Religion

What are the difficulties in defining what a Religion is? Over the course of history, numerous sects of belief and forms of worship have arisen; some have fallen into obscurity while others are practiced...

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Natural Sciences vs Pseudoscience

The difference between science and pseudoscience is that science can provide us with the truth. Evaluate this claim. I think this depends on what one defines as the “truth”. “Natural science”, as it is...

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An Example of a Flawed Human Sciences TOK Presentation

(presentation link here) This presentation was created to deliberately include flaws in either or both data collection and presentation. Factors that reduce reliability/certainty: Sampling bias (limited sample diversity/small sample) Leading questions Observer effect Over/underreporting How...

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TOK: Logic

  In your own words, explain the difference between deductive and inductive logic.   Deductive reasoning makes a conclusion based on a large basis of information, deducting possibilities until reaching said conclusion. Inductive reasoning takes...

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TOK: Emotion

Claim: A good historian strives to be as unemotional as possible, this is the only way to write accurate history. In order to write a completely truthful story, one must consider all the perspectives, elements,...

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TOK: Personal and Shared Knowledge

1)Write a definition of personal knowledge and shared knowledge in your own words Personal and shared knowledge are two general classifications of the knowledge of humankind- personal knowledge is known by the person itself,...

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