Teaching Doubt is a great column in The New Yorker. It’s perfect for IB Theory of Knowledge classes, and just about every other one, too.
I’m going to be using this simple writing prompt with the article:
What is Lawrence M. Krauss saying about doubt? Do you agree with him? To support your opinion you may use examples from your own experiences, your observations of others, and any of your reading, including his article.
Here’s an excerpt:
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