I don’t consider myself a political person because I don’t read the news daily. I am not updated with current events, and I don’t have a clear political opinion regarding topics that are not my interest. The political knowledge test result indicated that I am more confident about environmental issues than economic or criminal matters. […]
For me, “Knowledge and Technology” stood out to me the most. The relationship between the development of technology and obtaining knowledge was interesting in such a way that it was inseparable and unconsciously affecting our lives, whether we, contemporary men were willing or not. My perspective shifted after taking this course. I became critical […]
TOK What tools did they use when they were going to school to learn and/or to produce knowledge? What were their experiences in school like, and how do they compare with your own? As time changes, the usage of technology advances and increases. When I interviewed my grandparents and parents, I noticed the significant difference […]
Hi, I’m Jessica. I’m from Korea, my MBTI is ESTJ, and I love rainy days. Also, I love to travel, take pictures, and eat food from different countries. To define “truth” it is essential to know how we determine if something is true or not. Truth is defined as the individual or groups’ assertion or […]
Perfume: The Story of a Murderer by Patrick Süskind The protagonist, Grenouille, is a naturally gifted genius when it comes to olfactory sense. Up to chapter six, the story talks about Grenouille’s youth: how he was born, raised, his working conditions, and how he could fully use his olfactory sense. Throughout the story, there were […]
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