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Knowledge Question #3

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Susan Dauz

on 27 November 2016

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Prescribed Title #3
Should key events in the historical development of areas of knowledge always be judged by the standards of their time?
Ambiguous Terms
Judged: Form an opinion or conclusion about; An authority who is able to estimate worth or quality.
Action Words
Judged: Determine the result of (a competition); Form a critical opinion of.
Concepts in AoK
the study of past events
- moral principles influencing or governing conduct
Religious Knowledge Systems
- a particular system of faith and worship; belief or worship of a metaphysical power
Indigenous Knowledge Systems
- knowledge, traditions, and identities of different societies

Key Words and Phrases
Assumptions and Contestable Concepts
Key events being judged right or wrong because of the time in which they happened.
Should or should they not be judge.
Rephrased Question
Should significant events in the progress of different areas of knowledge always be judged by the norms held within a specific time?
Knowledge Questions

Should significant events pertaining to historical knowledge be judged on the basis of standards in relevance to time?
Key events- significant events or ocassions
Historical development- evolution of history
Judged- opinion or conclusion formed
Standards of their time- norms of a specific time
Areas of Knowledge-Mathematics, Natural Sciences, Human Sciences, History, The Arts, Ethics, Religious Knowledge Systems, Indigenous Knowledge Systems.
These are classified as key words and or phrases because each on of these helps bring a better understanding on what the question is asking.

Should ethics rely on the social conventions of time?
To what extent should ethics and standards of time interrelate with religion?

Analyze the prescribed title in the following steps:
Identify key words and phrases
Consider assumptions and contestable concepts
Analyze ambiguous terms
Analyze action words
Rephrase title
Identify implicit and explicit knowledge questions
Identify, clarify, apply concepts in AoKs and WoKs
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Development: Act of improving by expanding or enlarging or refining;A process in which something passes by degrees to a different stage (especially a more advanced or mature stage)
Is an action word because it expresses something that has or will happen. (Judging the standards). You are making a cognitive choice to think about something and form an opinion about it.
Are ambiguous because both phrases can mean multiple things. Both terms can be debated on what they actually mean. For example, in what ways will this be judged, and how has this developed over time?
"Should key events in the historical development of areas of knowledge always be judged by the standards of their time?"
Mario Ceballos
Laura Robles
Olivia Espinosa
Nico Parra
Susan Dauz

- method of communication
- instinctive feeling
- complete trust, confidence; strong religious belief
- to understand or form judgments logically
Concepts in WoKs
Assumption: when something is said to be or is certain of without proof.

key events
in the
historical development
areas of knowledge always

by the
standards of their time
"Should key events in the historical development of areas of knowledge always be judged by the standards of their time?"
From this question, we can derive a plethora of terms that, when analyzed separately, can aide us in answering the question.
When you want to answer a knowledge question, it's important not only to observe the surface of the question, but the contents inside of the question. When we took the question apart and dug deeper with each term, it was easier to piece back together and gain a better understanding of it.
We were able to identify key phrases within the question such as Historical development, Judged, Standards of their time, Key events, ect.
In the end, we considered the assumptions that were made using reasoning and logic, in order to fully understand the extent of the question.
To what extent should social conventions of societies be judged on differing indigenous knowledge?
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