IB Theory of Knowledge - A Student's Guide - Unit 4 - eBook
Themantic Education
This is an eBook chapter available as a downloadable PDF file for Introduction and Unit 4 of the Theory of Knowledge: A Student’s Guide textbook from Themantic Education, written by Alexey Popov.
Contents:
Lesson 1: Naive theories
4.1. Bias in Natural Sciences
Lesson 2: Demarcation problem
Lesson 3: Falsifiability
Lesson 4: Scientific progress
Lesson 5: Underdetermination of scientific theories
Lesson 6: Theory-laden facts
Lesson 7: Verisimilitude
Lesson 8: Paradigm shifts
Lesson 9: Incommensurability
4.2. Bias in History
Lesson 10: Historical interpretation
Lesson 11: Historical perspectives
Lesson 12: Historical objectivity and historical facts
Lesson 13: Historical objectivity and rival interpretations
Lesson 14: Historical objectivity and ethics
Lesson 15: Heteroglossia
Lesson 16: Multiperspectivity
4.3. Bias in Mathematics
Lesson 17: Proof
Lesson 18: Axiomatic systems
Lesson 19: Discovered or invented? Truth in mathematics
Lesson 20: Consistency
Lesson 21: Mathematical realism
Lesson 22: Overview: bias in Mathematics, Natural Sciences and History

# IB Theory of Knowledge - A Student's Guide - Unit 4 - eBook

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IB Theory of Knowledge - A Student's Guide - Unit 4 - eBook

This is an eBook chapter available as a downloadable PDF file for Introduction and Unit 4 of the Theory of Knowledge: A Student’s Guide textbook from Themantic Education, written by Alexey Popov.

Contents:

- Lesson 1: Naive theories
- 4.1. Bias in Natural Sciences
- Lesson 2: Demarcation problem
- Lesson 3: Falsifiability
- Lesson 4: Scientific progress
- Lesson 5: Underdetermination of scientific theories
- Lesson 6: Theory-laden facts
- Lesson 7: Verisimilitude
- Lesson 8: Paradigm shifts
- Lesson 9: Incommensurability
- 4.2. Bias in History
- Lesson 10: Historical interpretation
- Lesson 11: Historical perspectives
- Lesson 12: Historical objectivity and historical facts
- Lesson 13: Historical objectivity and rival interpretations
- Lesson 14: Historical objectivity and ethics
- Lesson 15: Heteroglossia
- Lesson 16: Multiperspectivity
- 4.3. Bias in Mathematics
- Lesson 17: Proof
- Lesson 18: Axiomatic systems
- Lesson 19: Discovered or invented? Truth in mathematics
- Lesson 20: Consistency
- Lesson 21: Mathematical realism
- Lesson 22: Overview: bias in Mathematics, Natural Sciences and History

This is an eBook chapter available as a downloadable PDF file for Introduction and Unit 4 of the Theory of Knowledge: A Student’s Guide textbook from Themantic Education, written by Alexey Popov.

Contents:

- Lesson 1: Naive theories
- 4.1. Bias in Natural Sciences
- Lesson 2: Demarcation problem
- Lesson 3: Falsifiability
- Lesson 4: Scientific progress
- Lesson 5: Underdetermination of scientific theories
- Lesson 6: Theory-laden facts
- Lesson 7: Verisimilitude
- Lesson 8: Paradigm shifts
- Lesson 9: Incommensurability
- 4.2. Bias in History
- Lesson 10: Historical interpretation
- Lesson 11: Historical perspectives
- Lesson 12: Historical objectivity and historical facts
- Lesson 13: Historical objectivity and rival interpretations
- Lesson 14: Historical objectivity and ethics
- Lesson 15: Heteroglossia
- Lesson 16: Multiperspectivity
- 4.3. Bias in Mathematics
- Lesson 17: Proof
- Lesson 18: Axiomatic systems
- Lesson 19: Discovered or invented? Truth in mathematics
- Lesson 20: Consistency
- Lesson 21: Mathematical realism
- Lesson 22: Overview: bias in Mathematics, Natural Sciences and History