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November 2007/2008 Theory Of Knowledge Essays [10/10 marks]

(November 2007) 4. Does language play roles of equal importance in different areas of knowledge? Sample 1.


(November 2007) 4. Does language play roles of equal importance in different areas of knowledge? Sample 2.


(November 2007) 7. Our senses tell us that a table, for example, is a solid object; science tells us that the table is mostly empty space. Thus, the two sources of knowledge generate conflicting results. Can we reconcile such conflicts? Sample 1.


(November 2007) 7. Our senses tell us that a table, for example, is a solid object; science tells us that the table is mostly empty space. Thus, the two sources of knowledge generate conflicting results. Can we reconcile such conflicts? Sample 2.


(November 2007) 8. Are some ways of knowing more likely than others to lead to truth? Sample 1.


(November 2007) 8. Are some ways of knowing more likely than others to lead to truth? Sample 2.


(November 2008) 3. Evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of reason as a way of knowing. Sample 1.


(November 2008) 3. Evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of reason as a way of knowing. Sample 2.


(November 2008) 10. "There can be no knowledge without emotion... until we have felt the force of the knowledge, it is not ours" (Adapted from Arnold Bennett). Discuss this vision of the relationship between knowledge and emotion. Sample 1.


(November 2008) 10. "There can be no knowledge without emotion... until we have felt the force of the knowledge, it is not ours" (Adapted from Arnold Bennett). Discuss this vision of the relationship between knowledge and emotion. Sample 2.