Knowledge Issues

Knowledge issues are issues about knowledge. 
They can apply to any aspect of knowledge and may refer to the acquisition, production, shaping, classification, status, and acceptance or rejection of knowledge. Knowledge issues range from the extremely general (“Can a fact exist without a context?”, “What constitutes good evidence?”) to the specific (“How can we distinguish between valid and invalid deductive arguments?”, “What should the role of emotion be in the justification of ethical decisions?”). Both extremes are appropriate focuses for TOK discussions and both can and should be explored in our TOK course.

Knowledge sorting 
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/11043600/Knowlege%20claim%20chart%20Student.pdf
 The Solar System
TOK Solar System
 Knowledge Mind Map
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/11043600/Knowledge%20issue%20Mind%20Map%202015.pdf