Discuss the Importance of Reason and Emotion in Distinguishing Between Belief and Knowledge
As a Hong Kong Student, who is holding a British national (overseas) passport, now living in China, and receiving an international education, I have been been absorbing different perspectives of belief and knowledge. As an example, I can see a "truth" here in China is different from the one which is stated by the Japanese. And due to the multi-culture environment and the various aspects gained by an IB student, I notice how emotions and reasons affect our beliefs and knowledge in different ways.
Most of the subjects I take at school are provided by a knowledge base; students are taught with different facts, without any emotions involve. Such as the moods won't change the shape of a fold mountain, or my passion won't make any change in the pattern of a meander However students with certain belief may affect the thinking ways of knowledge that the teachers gave. Says, being a Christian, I would link the geographic events with the bible, in the "Noah's Ark" incident, the holy book claims that was a sudden heavy rain for forty days successively and the whole planet was flooded, afterwards, wind came and blew away the aqua, land was dried again. In geographic aspect, I learnt that the fluvial cycle on Earth is a closed system, which means there has no input and output, and thus the amount of water in the planet will always stay the same. …
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