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You’re half way through the Ways of Knowing. Hopefully you found some of that interesting, although it can be a lot to pick up all at once. If you think you understood most of what was in this post then you’re well on your way to being able to talk confidently about the Ways of Knowing and ace your presentations and essay! Next week we’re going to cover the remaining Ways of Knowing: imagination, faith, intuition and memory. These are going to be really interesting, and once you have a grip on them you can happily say you know about all the Ways of Knowing. Good job keeping up with your Theory of Knowledge work, soon you will be a ToK master!