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To what extent would you agree? In areas of knowledge such as the arts and the sciences, do we learn more from work that follows or that breaks with accepted conventions? Our senses tell us that a table, for example, is a solid object; science tells us that the table is mostly empty space. Thus two sources of knowledge generate conflicting results. Can we reconcile such conflicts? Mathematicians have the concept of rigorous proof, which leads to knowing something with complete certainty.
Discuss this claim. To me, it was something that was true or correct or existing in this world. However, now I see that there are essentially. To what extent do personal attributes affect Ways of Knowing, and why, if at all, does answering this question matter in the first place?
It is marked on a letter scale A-E and aims to "provide an opportunity for students to reflect on the nature of knowledge, and on how we know what we claim to know. Theory of Knowledge is a course created by the IB organization and must not be conceived as pure epistemology. This course involves a process of exploring and sharing students' views on "knowledge questions" an umbrella term for "everything that can be approached from a TOK point of view" , so "there is no end to the valid questions that may arise", "there are many different ways to approach TOK," "the sheer scope of the TOK course is daunting" and "teachers and students need the confidence to go too far outside their traditional comfort zones.