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In what emotional state do you think we see the world with the greatest clarity and objectivity?

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TOK I chosen the third topic,"In what emotional state do you think we see the world with the greatest clarity and objectivity?", because I think that is the most interesting because your state of mind as a big effect on the way you see the world. In my opinion there is none state of mind or emotional that you can see with the world with more clarity and objectivity because when you are in a specific emotional state you pay much more attention to the thing that are relative to that. ...read more.

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You also have more energy and you help people because you want them to feel the same way as you. But if you are sad you see everything "dark", everything is bad and you only can see the bad things. If you see somebody happy you feel even worst, you feel depress and jealous, you think that that would never happen to you. People think that no matter which is their state of mind or emotional that they see the world the way that we really is because it is hard to understand and accepted that the way that we see things it is not really how that are. ...read more.

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I think that the happy person is going to care the most because she feel happy it herself so she is in the mood to make big decisions but the sad person will just not care because she thinks that no matter the decision that she will choose it will always go wrong. So I can conclude that the state of mind and emotional has a big weight on which you see the world and there is no state of mind that can make you see the world clarity and objectivity. David 2IB ...read more.

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