Month: April 2019

Emily Brontes

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The major struggle for characters in Wuthering Heights and Jane Eyre are their positions in society. Both Heathcliff and Jane are placed in houses were a higher class family lives. They both grow up with the wealthy but are never really classified as part of the group. Jane may have had the etiquette and educational […]

The more falsifiable a theory is, the better it is

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  So the theory, which experienced challenges and tests, is supposed to achieve a height near ‘perfect’. Therefore, the more falsifiable the theory is, the more potential to be tested, and more possible to be found problems, then, more likely to be corrected and become a better convincing theory. However, there are criticisms of Karl […]

At least one other area of knowledge

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Mathematicians have the concept of rigorous proof, which leads to knowing something with complete certainty. Consider the extent to which complete certainty might be achievable in mathematics and at least one other area of knowledge. In Theory of Knowledge, the course divides into two core subjects which are the Ways of Knowing and Areas of […]

Piss Christ

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Question: Statistics can be very helpful in providing a powerful interpretation of reality, but also can be used to distort our understanding. Discuss some of the ways in which statistics can be used or misused in different areas of knowledge, to assist or mislead us, and how we can determine whether to accept the statistical […]

Theory of Knowledge

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In the course of one’s life they are plagued with the burden of making many decisions. Decisions that will ultimately define you as the person you will grow up to be. One’s decisions will most likely affect themselves and others around them. Some may ask themselves what profession would I like to pursue or maybe […]

Euthyphro agrees

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The Socratic dialogues written by Plato; Euthyphro, The Apology, and Crito all take place during the last portion of Socrates’ life. More specifically, they take place at the time during which Socrates was accused of neglecting to recognize the gods and corrupting the youth of Athens and also during his time in prison. They were […]

Scientific and comprehendible

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“That which can be asserted without evidence can be dismissed without evidence” As the famous German philosopher Nietzsche supporting eternal recurrence theorem states “senses. ” In a dimension where facts can be easily distorted yet still very persistent to be understood correctly, human beings tend to rely on their perspectives and senses when grasping a […]

Sheikh Muhammed Salih Al-Munajjid

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The idiom, “seeing is believing” has been inspiring the human race of how powerful evidence is in shaping our beliefs. Therefore, it is a norm in the human culture that any information must embody explicit evidence before it can only be said as true. The same conception was proposed by Christopher Hitchens as he quoted, […]

Fran’s father

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  It appears as if he desires to remain alone in order to detach from society as he often sabotages his own attempts to end his loneliness. An example of his desired solo status is when Holden scores a date with the character Sally Hayes, he deliberately sabotages it with his outrages and inappropriate behavior […]

My definition for reasoning is that it is an essential intuition

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  If the initial cost of the asset is costed $100 and it depreciates $5 per year then the value of depreciation follow an arithmetic progression The strength of applying inductive reasoning in the mathematical world is that it trains people to think logically while providing feasible mathematical proofs at the same time. According to […]

The individual to find a place within society

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In discussion regarding the changing roles of men and women in the last 50 years, there came an outpouring of weighted responses from a great number of students, both male and female. These weighted responses stemmed from an emotional reaction regarding gender discrimination. It was said that, because racial discrimination is unethical, gender discrimination must […]

Discuss with relation to history

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This statement is false in my opinion as distinctions can be seen between what is true and false. It may be hard to see the differences in relation to history because everything is from the past including any evidence. History can be supported through evidence from primary (interviews, letters, and diaries) and secondary sources (photographs, […]

Science and Technology

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Introduction Language can be thought of as a symbol system, engaged in representing the world, capturing and communicating thought and experience. Language also can be seen as existing in itself, as something to be played with and transformed and shaped in its own right and something that can transform and shape thought and action. Language […]

The natural and human sciences

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Prescribed Title 1. In what ways may disagreement aid the pursuit of knowledge in the natural and human sciences? The word “disagreement” can mean a lot of different things; for example, it could refer to a slight difference of opinion politely stated, or it could describe a full blown, knock down fist fight, or even […]


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