These were the questions given (answer 1 out of the 2):
1 In order to truly understand the nature of knowledge, we have to understand ourselves." Discuss the role played by the inquirer in knowledge construction.
2 Critically discuss the premise different people will construct knowledge differently.
Essentially, the two questions revolve about the same issue, so there was not much difference no matter which question we answered (I have a friend who said "I wanted to do question 1 but after my first paragraph I realised that I was doing question 2"). Our teacher said that we had (supposedly) learnt sufficiently much to answer the questions, but I personally didn't draw much from what I learnt; most of my essay utilised ideas picked up from elsewhere (e.g. Crossroads ;) ).
Any thoughts towards this subject?