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Example of questions related to theory of knowledge wich a global policts student might consider include the following (asnwer):

1. How does knowledge in the social sciences differ from knowledge in other areas?

Social life is based on beliefs and are based on a religious thought or common sense Common sense is the thought that people do with their beliefs, and the religious is taught in the home and in the temples. These two skills are general. Knowledge of social science is not absolute, but is a possibility d investigate social reality. Religious knowledge and common sense cannot be overridden by the logic of scientific knowledge or by society. There are other divisions that study the social aspect such as:

The economy, social studies related to the production, distribution, consumption, economic crises, overproduction, globalized market effects.

Psychology studies what related to the mind, adaptation of people in society.

Sociology studies the problems of the big cities, forms of communication, global socialization.

With regard to studying social divisions, "you cannot know all the social reality, but only parts of this". With respect to this statement I agree, since social reality is very extensive and we cannot have a full understanding of this maybe a part, but not all.

2. What should we do when rights conflict?

First we must be clear that they are human rights, human rights are rights inherent to all human beings, without distinction of nationality, place of residence, sex, national or ethnic origin, color, religion, language, or any other condition. We all have the same human rights without discrimination. These rights are all interrelated, interdependent and indivisible. So every human being must be respected yourself first so you can respect others and so did not act violently and not have to reach a conflict. But in the case of disrespect and have problems with rights must take responsibility and learn that we are all human beings and deserve the same treatment. But when our rights are not fulfilled our duty to denounce and fight for our rights but we have to fulfill our obligations.

3. Why do some people believe that they know what is right for others?

First we have to define what is right?, When we start to think we conclude that what for me is right for someone else may be wrong, for example, may be right for me to believe in God and obey, while that someone else may be wrong since not even believe in God, but there are people who try to impose their customs, beliefs, etc., to other people because they believe that only they are right and they are just as correct. It is therefore very important that we have an open mind to learn from other people, respect their identity and to see other points of view.

4. Can we have beliefs or knowledge which are independent of our culture?

I think yes because the more knowledge you have of the outside world to our culture could find and implement positive experiences for our benefit people such as our ancestors made aluminum pot with but they did not know is that aluminum is highly carcinogenic, but the people who make these items and receive knowledge about aluminum and how dangerous it can be, cease to develop their craft with those materials, in this example we can see that the development of new knowledge and the application can improve our quality of life.

5. It is possible to attain knowledge despite the problems of bias and selection?

If it is not always going to have things in our favor but we have to always take advantage of the circumstances presented to our growth even if it means sacrifice, persistence and perseverance to reach the desired goal.

6. Can humans live peaceably?

I think that living in peace is synonymous with living in peace with you, others and everything around you. Living in peace is an internal and external process. Externally, to live in peace is a way of life in which we respect and love others despite cultural, religious and political. Internally we need to search our hearts and minds; understand


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