Theory of Knowledge Essay - There Are No Absolute Distinction Between What Is True or False

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THEORY OF KNOWLEDGE ESSAY

THERE ARE NO ABSOLUTE DISTINCTION BETWEEN WHAT IS TRUE OR FALSE

Name: Nadhira Alifa Mandala
School: Binus International School Simprug

In life, people always encounter moments, where they cannot verify whether it is true or false. These moments are the one who triggers debate and research. Truth and falseness ranges from the rate of relative to the absolute. But can we really say that there are no absolute distinctions between what is true or false? Our own opinions and perceptions are the reason why the question exists. Our brain decides from where we can see the viewpoint of things. Maybe it’s a coincidence that you and me have the same opinion. But it doesn’t prove that there are no absolute distinctions between the two of them. That is why I’m agreeing with the statement. Explanations on why I decided to do so can be discussed in the subjects of AoK, such as the arts and social sciences. These subjects that I chose has proofs that can verify the statement. How beautiful are we as a human? And to what extent can people call something—or someone beautiful? This question always comes up when we see other people. In this world, people have their own perception of beauty. Some might find, let it be person A, beautiful, while the rest doesn’t even think that person A is attractive. This discussion relates to our core topic, which is the absolute distinction between true and false. This subject of the arts is still impending for the standard of beauty, due to the difference in perception. Even scientists are still trying to figure out what makes people beautiful. Just like what the professor physiology and neural science at New York University said – “There’s just no way to know for sure” When it comes to facial attractiveness, we usually assess beauty based on specific features and biologically based factors guide. Human beings can never be satisfied. They always want more. In this case, a lot of people tend to be unsatisfied...
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