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Theory of Knowledge Exhibition: Knowledge and KnowerIntroduction Imagination draws on our knowledge of the world and combines them with the unknown to makesomething new. Although imagination may seem unrealistic since it embraces the entire world andeverything else to try to understand, while knowledge is limited to what we know and understand.Imagination and knowledge are well interconnected; to boost your imagination, you need to know whileto gain the knowledge, you need to imagine simultaneously. Imagination helps the process of learning,like how it is easier to understand a book when pictures are included. So audiences can exploreknowledge in a creative way. This exhibition explores this prompt by reflecting on how imaginationbecomes significant in the production of knowledge. IA Prompt: 30. What role does imagination play in producing knowledge about the world?
Object 1 - Oxford IBDP Physics Textbook This object is a textbook for studying physics in an IBDP science class. The book's primary objective is toinform students about scientific laws, theories, and physics concepts. I use a similar physics book in MYPto study Newton's Laws. Newton's Laws, one of the many contents in this object, were developed onlythrough his imagination. His lack of knowledge of how the world works at the time makes his findingsand interpretations so much more important to the production of knowledge. Isaac Newton would