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Moral questions are always hard to explain Philosophers spend their whole life trying to conclude things but end up with ultimately different theories Thus some may say that there is no definitive answer to moral questions However I believe that everything has connections either questions like 11 or moral questions like why shouldnt I be selfish They depend on the ways which people look at it the axioms they set before coming up with the questions However having a definitive answer to these questions does not make the questions more or less important the importance is the process and the methods that we used for finding the answers Areas of knowledge in the TOK diagram is made up by 6 elements which are Natural Science Art Social Science Math History and Ethics which we are now focusing on The 6 areas of knowledge seem to be quite different from each other yet they all interrelate or in someway similar to one another In the movie A Beautiful Mind when John Nash was proposing to Alicia she asked him a tricky question that was how big is the universe Johns answer was infinite However Alicia was not satisfied with this response so she said How do you know and with no difference to most mathematicians answer he said Because all the data indicate it Alicia then retorted But it hasnt been proven yet you havent seen them how do you know for sure John stopped for a little while and said I dont I just believe This example shows that human beings like to assume When we want to find out something we always first assume some other things to be true or constant like in Economics that we deal with ceteris paribus which assume all other things are held equal or constant except those under study In this way mankind came up with axioms which are certain assumptions and definitions we
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