Category : TOK

Art as Intention

What is Intentional Fallacy? Intentional Fallacy means that a work that author created can only have one meaning/ intention which is that of the author, other interpretations of other people looking at the art will be incorrect as the arts meaning is only based on the creator of the art. A counterclaim to intentional fallacy

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To what extent can we achieve certainty in the Natural Science?

In today’s day and age, a lot of random error and bias can be found as well as new data emerging, causes theories to change and harder for us to be able to achieve certainty. A lot of information can be spread easily through various communities and allow people around the world to be exposed to

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Pluto a Planet

Concluding Activity Research why was Pluto reclassified as a dwarf planet? This is because when Pluto was first discovered in 1930, it was thought of to be unique to its own. However, research conducted afterward shows that it is within the region of the Kuiper Belt. They also found many similar planets in that region

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The World Weavers

1. What knowledge question does Postman ask about definitional nature of language? How do our language habits affect the core of how we communicate? 2. When Postman talks about “do” and “have”, what point is he trying to make about how we use language? When Postman talks about “do” and “have”, he communicates the fact

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I Need to See it to Believe It

“I need to see it to believe it.” This statement is usually true as we live in a sight dominated society. We use our sight to learn about most of the things in our world and it allows us to receive a lot of information that we need to function in this world. Many of the

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Walt Whitman

In Walt Whitman’s poem From Song of Myself, he persuades the audience to expand their perspectives on based on the information they gain throughout life. He also informs the reader that they should construct their own personal opinions and should not copy others. He also tells us that creating our own opinions and thoughts is inherent

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