Past Event The Objective Truth The Emotional Truth Shared Understandings Individual Understandings Is a shared understanding more meaningful than an individual understanding of past events? What characteristics must an explanation have to be considered sufficient within the different areas of knowledge and ways of knowing? We also correlated the fact that more Caucasians usually associated the painting to look like fabric and wallpaper, while more Asians usually associated the painting to look like vegetation and trees, thought this is not 100% true in some cases. Works were often described as spontaneous, improvised, impulsive and unplanned. In fact, we had researched much more than what we were able to include within the twenty minutes for the presentation, and this clearly showed when they asked us questions after the presentation was over. Do scientists have ethical responsibilities? I also stand by what I said earlier. The following presentation structure has been designed very carefully.
Language Key words: Sapir-Whorf hypothesis Does all knowledge depend on language? In this way, the treatment of biological evolution, chemical elements and molecular shape, and the economic relation of inflation and unemployment contribute toward a high level of achievement in criteria B the treatment of knowledge issues and C the use of examples to demonstrate the significance of the topic. Ethics Key words: Moral relativism, religious absolutism, ethics, utilitarianism, self interest theory, duty, ethics, consequentialism How important is it to be consistent in our moral reasoning? What role do our senses play in the construction of reality? Theory of Knowledge is an interdisciplinary course, which asks us to develop critical thinking about knowledge processes and knowledge products. The teacher comments are excellent and provided a detailed justification of the mark. The moderator might well consider moderating the score to one in level 1. These attributes show how the requirements of criterion A have been fully met.
How can beliefs affect our ability to reason? Most noticed the color first, followed by line and pattern. Elton History is the record of human behaviour, but crammed with an unlimited number of variables that is not susceptible of the scientific method. What role does perception play in different areas of knowledge? State how it is supported by evidence. It is not the only factor in human response. The first member of the group spends nearly three minutes giving a general description of the chosen real-life situation including the aims and methods of the experiment carried out by Dr Phil Zimbardo at Stanford University in 1971.
Recently we had our staff compile a list of some knowledge questions in different subjects. This seems to stem from a misunderstanding of the term. How reliable are statistics in economics and business decisions? For example, use the term perspective. The moderator in this instance might give the presentation the benefit of the doubt and give a mark at level 4. Works Cited Exposing Indonesia's Cold War Communist Purge. This presentation is given by a group of three students. Reason Key words: inductive logic, deductive logic, rationalism Is reason is at the core of knowledge construction in different areas of knowledge? Can mathematicians trust their results? Must true art be recognised by experts? How is knowledge in literature similar to knowledge in natural science? How true are economic models? It is difficult for the moderator to understand the stated knowledge question.
Did the presentation show a good understanding of knowledge issues, in the context of the real-life situation? State how it is supported by evidence. Oh yeah, check out this message I got today. To what extent is perception more trustworthy than reason? Theory of knowledge presentation exemplar 6 Real life situation: Greed on Wall Street Knowledge question: Can our knowledge benefit by adopting a greedy lifestyle? The conclusion has been well trailed in the document so far so comes as no surprise. The teacher comments confirm this impression entirely. Paintings, installations, photography, sculpture, music, theatre, dance, literature and film, amongst many others, are all forms of art. How much statistical data should be used to determine the reliability of a result? Here are also some topics that students had to research and for which they had to prepare a short case study in advance of the conference. I did mine with Faizaan, and we chose to take up the subject of philanthropy.
Natural science Key words: scientific method, Popper's principle of falsification, scientific revolution and paradigm shift Is language necessary for the construction of knowledge in the natural sciences? Can we have certain knowledge about rights? The moderator might speculate what is meant by validity of a single way of knowing abstractly out of context. Are some ways of knowing less open to interpretation than others? The derived knowledge question appears to be so general as to apply to almost all situations. I've found it extremely helpful and I cannot thank you enough! All of which were very negative and opposing in nature. I really felt that this contributed to the coherence of our presentation and showed that we were not talking out of the air, but really had a firm grip on the concepts in our presentation. The conclusion surprisingly gave a little more insight into the details of the presentation. To what extent does emotion hinder knowledge construction? To what extent does historical knowledge change over time? The point is also made that social pressure can make it difficult to withdraw from an experiment, even if the original agreement to participate was voluntary.
The teacher confirmed that the presentation was largely descriptive. The presentation does not seem to get off to a good start. It was very important for us to be interested in the topic we were going to be presenting, as we would be spending so many hours doing work on it- we are both interested in business and aspire to become businessmen at some point in our lives and so we truly found this topic something we would find engaging. Can mathematicians trust their results? Are faith and religion purely emotional, or is it possible to provide rational justifications for them? Is is true to say, ethical beliefs are more based on emotion than reason? On balance, it seems that level 5 has not quite been achieved. You can get more presentation help at some of the links below.
Conclusion: Conclusion This presentation illustrates well the four aspects that are summarized in the presentation diagram. The moderator might conclude that a level 2 score here is more appropriate. Support your statements with facts, experiments data, and practical experience. The responsibility of the knower is to provide both objective and emotional truth to the consumers of the past. Examine the facts, language, statistics, and images used by at least two sides in the conflict in their representation of the issue.