Emotion and Visual Arts
To what degree is it possible to determine whether the world around us is our own creation or if
it is constructed for us?
What is art? Art is an imitation of reality. It is thought to be imitative or
representational/copy of somet
November 11, 2011
Getting Beyond Perception in 12 Angry Men
How accurately do our perceptions match reality? Perception is a process in which human beings
interpret the world using their five senses; visual, auditory, olfact
PAPER 3 January 14 2013
According to the theoretical schools of symbolic and interpretive anthropology, culture is
predicated upon symbols that can be interpreted through the practice of hermeneutics; or the
study of ethnography as a literary text. Theori
The traditional TOK diagram indicates four ways of knowing. Propose the inclusion of a fifth
way of knowing selected from intuition, memory or imagination, and explore the knowledge
issues it may raise in two areas of knowledge.
When does perception give us the truth?
A human being is a complex organism that contains a group of organs that are responsible
for the functioning of the five senses; taste, smell, sight, hearing and touch. However, many other
animals are also complex o
The curious case of the
Thief walks in on Detective and Bystander who are sitting down with a jar in front of them.
T Hey Aleena, the greatest thing just happened to me, I found a lucky penny, I me
To Understand Something You Must Rely On Your Own Experience And Culture,
Does This Mean That Is It Impossible To Have Objective Knowledge?
When understanding something, what is the difference between knowing it from a
subjective and an objectiv
Capital Punishment: the Categorical Imperative vs. Utilitarianism
Capital punishment is defined as punishment of execution that is administered by the
government to someone convicted of a capital crime. This form of punishment, also defined as
Solving the Puzzle of Trumans Life
After 30 years of living in his fake life, Truman Burbank starts to realise that not
everything that happens in his world is logical. One thing he notices is the pattern of people and
cars of the street. He kno
Bats: Sight and Sound and Blind to Change
The article Bats: Sight and Sound, and Blind to Change, have both challenged my view on
perception. In Bats: Sight and Sound, humans vision is being compared to a bats echolocation.
Although bats to not