Theory of Knowledge.

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Do We Have To Think Scientifically In Order To Find The Truth? In the past it has primarily been the role of religion to explain the world around us, in the 20th Century science seems to have taken religions place as the main explanation for many people. The rise in belief of science has led to scientists being expected by the public to be advocates of the truth. In recent cases the desire for knowledge …

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…gain truth. Science constantly strives to understand religion and art. Certain areas of the brain have been linked with religious experiences and it is believed that when we appreciate art chemicals are released that make us feel happier if science succeeds in invading these areas by explaining them in scientific terms then science then it will still require the other areas in order to exist. "The truth is rarely pure, and never simple." Word Count: 1396