List of 3 frequently asked questions.

  • Theme:

    International Understanding, Cultural and Global Awareness
  • What You'll Explore:

    Theory of Knowledge explores ways of knowing and areas of knowledge, and it’s almost entirely built around big questions that don’t have simple answers, such as:
    How do we know? What does it mean to know? What is “good evidence?” Are the ways you know different from the ways others know? How does what we believe shape what we aspire to know? Are human rights universal? What role does culture play in our understanding of the truth and knowledge? How can government best contribute to a fair and just society?
  • Places To Go, Things To See:

    The United Nations
    The World Bank
    MoMA (Museum of Modern Art, New York)
    The Brookings Institution
    The U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum
    The Cato Institute
    The Museum of Natural History (New York)
    New York Botanical Garden
    Folger Shakespeare Library
    Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History
    Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies
    China Embassy
    National Democratic Institute
    Afghanistan Embassy
    Israel Embassy
    Broadway
    News Hour at The Public Broadcasting Service
    United Nations Foundation
    Delegation of European Commission
    Freer | Sackler Museums of Asian Arts
    National Art Gallery
    National Cathedral
    Clinton Global Initiatives
    Museum of American Finance
    The Metropolitan Opera
    The New York Ballet
    Human Rights First
    The Metropolitan Museum of Art
    Council of Foreign Relations
    9/11 Memorial and Tribute Center
    U.S. Mission to the United Nations
    Demark Embassy
    Freedom House
    South Korea Embassy
    Vital Voices
    International Republican Institute
    National Symphony Orchestra
    The Newseum
    Center for Strategic and International Studies
    Middle East Institute
    Atlantic Council
    Washington Ballet
    United Arab Emirate Embassy
    United States Institute of Peace
    United States Department of State
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