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TOK Across the Curriculum
Groups 1 and 2 Can translations ever be trusted to carry the original intent?
Do people who speak different languages live in different worlds?
How is communication affected when older generations do not know modern meanings? 2009 GOP mantra: We are going to do lots of tea bagging!
Through literature, how can we gain understanding of different cultures?
Can you have a thought if you do not have a word for it?
Group 3 Since history is always being rewritten, can it ever be trusted as absolute truth?
Should history be held to the same investigative requirements as science?
In the soft sciences (psychology, sociology, etc.) do we ever actually get closer to the truth, or do we just establish new paradigms?
Group 4 How reliable is the scientific method? Knowledge Issues: - data collection - emotional interference - manipulation of statistics
Is inductive reasoning in science (particular to general) more reliable than deductive reasoning in mathematics (general to particular)?
Could Science exist independent from mathematics?
Group 5 Are the formulas on which math depend always absolute? Can they undergo change?
Since math and God are the only absolutes, is math synonymous with God, as Bertrand Russell suggested?
Beauty in Mathematics?
Group 6 Can the beautiful be defined by an expert?
What is the nature of the beautiful?
Ethics Ought ethical standards be relative or absolute?
Ethics: Ought man guide his life by the common good or personal satisfaction? - falsify statistics - use data from the Holocaust - give placebo
Ethics: Should we judge actions by the motive or the consequence? - Hiroshima - Obamas bailouts
Perception: Pirana- Brazil, One-Two-Many
Reason: Can a person logically be anti-abortion and pro-death penalty?
Reason: Cost of death penalty vs. life in prison?
Language: Invasion or defense?
Language: - word play? Isnt everyone pro-life?
Language To Kiss une bise(kiss on cheek) un bisou (smooch/peck) un baiser(kiss, but as verb to f---) un palot(French kiss)
Can we separate the knower from the known?
Sections 2 and 3 Chapter 1. Review of the Scientific Method The scientific method is not a list of rules that must be followed but a general guideline.
Can you see?. I like him. When will we go? All or some.
Humanism Information in this PPT is from:
The. of and a to in is you that it he for.
The. of and a to in is you that it he was.
Dr. William G. Huitt Valdosta State University Introduction to Psychology Last revised: May 2005.
Higher RMPS Lesson 4 Kantian ethics. Learning intentions After todays lesson you will be able to: explain Kants theory on moral ethics explain the term.
Michael Lacewing. Self-interest and morality Can we say what is in our self-interest without referring to morality? E.g. cheating - might make you feel.
Yr 9 Test = Revision Ethical Decisions Crime and Punishment Where do our morals come from? Is it ever right to Kill? Is the media to blame? If you do something.
Business Ethics What you really need to know!. What is Ethics? A practice of deciding what is right or wrong. Ethical decisions must affect you or.
High Frequency Words List A Group 1. the of and.
Chapter 1 Key Themes in Environmental Sciences. Major Themes of Environmental Science Human population growth An urbanizing world Sustainability of our.
Understand and appreciate Object Oriented Programming (OOP) Objects are self-contained modules or subroutines that contain data as well as the functions.
High-Frequency Phrases First 100 Words. The people.
Why We Are Supposed to Learn the Things We Learn in School.
Historians What do they do? Reconstruct (Remake) the past Why study history? History serves as a bank of examples for contemplating present problems. What.
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PART I – THE DISTINCTION BETWEEN QUALITATIVE AND QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH METHODS PART II – EVALUATION OF QUALITATIVE METHODS INCLUDING CONCEPTS LIKE CREDIBILITY,
Is it? Evaluating the risk Eating bacon sandwiches is bad for you!
Theory Of Knowledge TOK ALS IB Hexagon.
Scientific Method. Look Up! Youll Never Know What Youll Learn.
Lets build fluency! The people By the water You and I.
How To Think. Todays puzzle World is complicated Lots of potential interrelations between phenomena How do we explain politics?
Designing Experiments Using the Scientific Method 8th Grade Physical Science Mr. R. Baptiste.
On Theory Construction and Verification Author: Robert R. Sterling Source: The Accounting Review, Vol. 45, No. 3 (Jul., 1970). Pp Published by:
SCIENCE OPTIONS FOR GCSE Double, Single or Separate? Additional or Additional Applied? Who, What, How and Why?
THE INDIVIDUAL VS. SOCIETY A theme universal to all of literature... and a look at how it relates to The Book Thief.
Personal Evangelism Preparing to Share Your Story.
Scientific Method. Steps in the Scientific Method Observation Observation Hypothesis Hypothesis Experiment Experiment Data Collection Data Collection.
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