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Group Presentation: Question #2: ToK

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Christopher Cheung

on 3 November 2014

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Transcript of Group Presentation: Question #2: ToK

Do you agree that observation and experimentation are the only ways we can acquire knowledge?
“There are only two ways in which humankind can produce knowledge, through passive observation or through active experiment.” To what extent do you agree with this statement?

Question in our own Words
Central Knowledge Issue
- The ways that we can acquire knowledge in our lives

- To what extent does our production of knowledge depend on active experiment and passive observation?
- "Passive Observation"
- "Active experiment"
- Produce:
make or manufacture from components or raw materials.
What it's asking you to do
Evaluate the statement and decide whether you agree with it or not

- Discuss ways of acquiring knowledge (WoK)
Group Presentation: Question #2: ToK
Joshua Abdalla, Braedon Sillars, Christopher Cheung
Claim and Counter Claim
- There are only two ways of producing knowledge, experimentation and observation

- We can develop knowledge using multiple different ways of knowing
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