There are many RLEs where different perspectives can lead to very different approaches to November 2020 TOK Essay Prescribed Title #6.

When looking at a building, an artistic rendering of a building, or the building plans themselves, the “reliable knowledge” and “certainty” in November 2020 TOK Essay Prescribed Title #6 can have quite different meanings. Here are a few examples:

  • The need for builders and engineers to have reliable knowledge and their need for certainty
  • Freehand sketches / diagrams vs. digital plans of buildings and links to “reliable knowledge” and “certainty”
  • How the use of mathematical principles in architecture is related to “reliable knowledge” and “certainty”
  • An artistic representation of a building and whether or not the painting has “reliable knowledge” and “certainty”
  • Whether or not a particular building or building plan can be viewed as art and how this relates to “reliable knowledge” and “certainty”
  • The study of architecture in history and the connection in this AOK to “reliable knowledge” and “certainty”