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Cloze Passage: Unit 1 Key Ideas The first unit focused on the concept of _________. The big idea that the unit attempted to get at was that our knowledge of the _________ around us is _________ both highly developed and restricted by the _________ of the _________ species. The most useful definition of knowledge given may have been the one developed by _________. He characterized knowledge as _________ true belief. By the first word he meant that for something to be knowledge there
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    Cloze Passage: Unit 1 Key Ideas The first unit focused on the concept of _________. The big idea that the unit attempted to get at was that our knowledge of the _________ around us is _________ both highly developed and restricted by the _________ of the _________ species. The most useful definition of knowledge given may have been the one developed by _________. He characterized knowledge as _________ true belief. By the first word he meant that for something to be knowledge there must be some justif  ication or _________ to support the claim. By “true” he meant that it must actually be true, it couldn’t be _________. For example, he would (now) argue that no one could “know” that the sun rotated around the earth because it’s simply untrue. That gets to his final point, just because you  _________ something doesn’t make it knowledge.   A knowledge _________ is an idea that is asserted to be true. However, knowledge _________ can be either true or false.  Also explored were the concepts of _________ (being sure of something), _________ (easily believing something), and _________ (taking a highly critical and questioning approach to a knowledge claim). The TOK course is built around eight different ways of knowing:  _________, _________, _________, _________, _________, _________,  _________, _________ and eight areas of knowledge: _________,  _________, _________, _________, _________, _________, _________, and _________. The IB also makes a distinction between _________ knowledge (things I know) and _________ knowledge (things we  know). There are different theoretical ways to uncover the truth of something. The _________ theory of truth states that something is true if it is in line with  or consistent with all other things we know to be true. This truth can be proved within the brain, it doesn’t required  _________ evidence. However, the  _________ theory of truth requires _________ evidence; it seeks to test a knowledge claim against physical _________. The final theory of truth, the  _________ theory of truth asks whether or not something has a benefit in being believed. It asks, “is it _________?”  The most important skill developed in the unit was identifying knowledge questions. A good knowledge question should be _________,  _________ about knowledge, _________ stated, and contain TOK  _________ and _________. Knowledge questions can refer to the  _________, _________, _________, _________, and _________ of knowledge. The ability to both identify and _________ knowledge questions will be used in both the TOK essay and _________.

BOB ATAM

Jul 23, 2017
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