A logical fallacy, by definition is an error in reasoning that renders an argument invalid in other words, ‘a false statement that weakens an argument by distorting an issue, drawing false conclusions, misusing evidence, or misusing language.’ In our world today logical fallacies are very often used and being able to spot them is very… Continue reading Logical Fallacies used by President Trump
Steinar Opstad 2009 Guernica 1937 – Bagdad 2003 Norwegian Da USAs utenriksminister skulle redegjøre for invasjonen av Irak oppdaget de at Picassos Guernica hang på veggen bak talerstolen og de sørget øyeblikkelig for å dekke til maleriet Picasso malte en hest og en stut som løftet hodene over hauger av lemlestede kropper men han nektet… Continue reading Translation of Guernica 1937- Bagdad 2003 by Steinar Opstad
So you take the blue pill and you will be left if a life of structure and familiar habit. You are blind to the truth of reality but to you nothing seems any different and you continue the comforts of the everyday. Or you take the red pill and you are left to unravel truth and… Continue reading What pill will you take?
“I’ve seen things you people wouldn’t believe. Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion. I watched C-beams glitter in the dark near the Tannhäuser Gate. All those moments will be lost in time, like tears in rain. Time to die.” Some may see this more as a monologue than a song but to… Continue reading My TOK song
Joining late to the IB program, honestly I was completely overwhelmed by TOK, I had no idea what to expect. However, in my first lesson I was surprised at how similar to philosophy it was. We were approached with various questions such as ‘What is knowledge?’ and ‘How do we know what we know?’, these… Continue reading First impressions of TOK
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