This essay focuses on the highest level of academic qualification. You MUST read through the entire materials and not just brush off.
A) First read the attached
This is a PhD level post. High level of English. You MUST read through the entire materials and not just brush off.
A) First read the attached templates of skills 7 to understand the research.
This page explains what a PhD is, what it involves and what you need to know if you’re considering applying for a PhD research project, or enrolling on a doctoral programme.
The PhD can take on something of a mythic status. Are they only for geniuses? Do you have to discover something incredible? Does the qualification make you an academic? And are higher research degrees just for people who want to be academics?
Even the full title, ‘Doctor of Philosophy’, has a somewhat mysterious ring to it. Do you become a doctor? Yes, but not that kind of doctor. Do you have to study Philosophy? No (not unless you want to).
So, before going any further, let’s explain what the term ‘PhD’ actually means and what defines a doctorate.
PhD stands for Doctor of Philosophy. This is one of the highest level academic degrees that can be awarded. PhD is an abbreviation of the Latin term (Ph)ilosophiae (D)octor. Traditionally the term ‘philosophy’ does not refer to the subject but its original Greek meaning which roughly translates to ‘lover of wisdom’.
A doctorate is any qualification that awards a doctoral degree. In order to qualify for one you need to produce advanced work that makes a significant new con more modules and coursework at a higher level) a PhD moves through a series of stages.
A typical PhD normally involves;
These stages vary a little between subjects and universities, but they tend to fall into the same sequence over the three years of a typical full-time PhD.
The beginning of a PhD is all about finding your feet as a researcher and getting a solid grounding in the current scholarship that relates to your topic.
B) After reading all materials (below0 -Post (300 words) on reading below (no cover page)- write what moved you intellectually or emotionally this week about your research and Intuition, Empathic Identification skills. Share insightful realizations, inspirations, shifts, resonances. Comment on things in EACH reading for this week that particularly stood out and/or were meaningful to you, and that were most relevant to, and useful for your dissertation research topic and method.
Must include a particular quote and page number that created that inner recognition of truth.(don’t count as word count)Use I – “I was inspired, I am intrigued, I found, I realized, I was inspired, resonated with me… … “
C) Complete Template 8: Based on the template of skills 7, create template 8 — which you read on A
C1. Add skills that are Intuition, Empathic Identification skills to each part
C2. Add Transpersonal Relevance: Indicate briefly, how the content/topic, method, o