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There is no such thing as a neutral question. Evaluate this statement with reference to two areas of knowledge.

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Jil Molenaar

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Transcript of There is no such thing as a neutral question. Evaluate this statement with reference to two areas of knowledge.

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Unpacking a TOK essay question
key term: neutral question

definition: either positive nor negative; not going forward or backwards; not taking sides
There is no such thing as a neutral question. Evaluate this statement with reference to two areas of knowledge.
There is no such thing as a
neutral question
. Evaluate this statement with reference to two areas of knowledge.
There is no such thing
as a neutral question. Evaluate this statement with reference to two areas of knowledge.
So: the statement claims questions are never neutral
all questions are leading
There is no such thing as a neutral question.
Evaluate this statement
with reference to two areas of knowledge.
you always have a notion of what knowledge you want to find
To what extent do you agree with the statement?

Provide both arguments supporting and arguments refuting the statement
There is no such thing as a neutral question. Evaluate this statement
with reference to two areas of knowledge
.
investigate questions in two areas of knowledge
are they leading questions?
possible relevant areas of knowledge:
mathematics
the human sciences
ethics
By Jil Molenaar
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