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Unpacking a TOK essay question

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Jil Molenaar

on 3 December 2013

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Unpacking a TOK essay question

Ethical judgements
limit the methods available in the production of knowledge in both the arts and the natural sciences
Ethical judgements
limit
the methods available in the production of knowledge in both the arts and the natural sciences
Ethical judgements limit
the methods available
in the production of knowledge in both the arts and the natural sciences
Ethical judgements limit the methods available
in the production of knowledge
in both the arts and the natural sciences
Ethical judgements limit the methods available in the production of knowledge
in both
the arts and the natural sciences
Ethical judgements limit the methods available in the production of knowledge in both
the arts and the natural sciences
Arguable: does it really limit the production of knowledge in

both
the arts and the natural sciences?

You could argue ethical judgements do limit the methods available in the natural sciences, but not in art
... or the other way around
Narrowed down to two
areas of knowledge
:
the arts and the natural sciences

In the essay, examples of both the arts and the natural sciences should be explained in which it becomes clear whether ethical judgements limit the methods available in the production of knowledge or not
The question is asking about the way, or
the ways
, in which ethical judgement could affect the procedure of creating arts and natural sciences.

Students should keep in mind that there could be one or more method available, or there could be none.
How is knowledge produced? And in which way are people able to come up with a new way of knowledge, or develop an existing one?

Examples should be mentioned in the essay to support the answer of the main question.
Arguable: What can be considered ethical? And who decides whether it is ethical or not? Because of opinions ethical morals can differ.

Judgements implies that it can either be your own or from a third party.

The usage of
limit
implies that there is a certain amount of judgements able to be made with the question. Again it doesnt specify whether they are good or bad.
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