Theory of Knowledge: Area of Knowledge Response

To answer the prompt, we can observe and further interpret the knowledge produced from all areas of knowledge. Based on the presentations presented by all the groups. It can be said that certain areas of knowledge produce more reliable information than others. For example, the objective fields of mathematics and natural sciences use more experimental […]

Why do facts sometimes not change our minds? 

After reading the article from The New Yorker, I believe that the reason behind our ignorance towards facts lies within our social interactions and the political sphere. First, the article mentioned reasonable arguments about our innate nature of social interactions and the progress of human evolution. As a result of cooperation, our development also included […]

ToK Political Blog Post

After the ToK class, which included introducing our discussion and political identity, the following is a reflection about discovering our political identity through three political quizzes and the implications these identities have on knowledge. For my Political Compass tests, my results came out to be central, left with a slight deviation to authoritarian. Contrarily, my […]

ToK Semester 1 Reflection

During my first semester of ToK class, I believe that the “Knowledge and Technology” appealed most to me, especially the virtual gallery tour about our quality of life’s technological impact. This activity stood out most for me because of the unique approach of the gallery and the interactive stations that were set up. These stations […]

Baby Oral Reflection

For my global issue, I focused on representing the immigrant experience in literature and how it is developed through language. For my extract, I chose pages 23 and 24, which is the beginning of Chapter 2 I focused on Jin’s characterization through color, framing, and caricature, the intertextuality of the text with the use of […]