Dear Professor Shearer West
University of Oxford
Radcliffe Humanities, Radcliffe Observatory Quarter
Oxford, OX2 6GG
In 1998, I had the great fortune to meet with one of your able Oxford Professor of Philosophy, Henryk Skolimowski. Under his leadership and tutoring I was able to write an academic treatise: I AM Philosophising.
On Google Search you can find it with an American spelling as: I AM Philosophizing | World Peace Foundation www.peace.se/?p=163
Professor Skolimowski found it an interesting theory, but more than that, I had made my cybernetic feedback theory into a way of creative living! My personal philosophising in service to a spiritual: I AM, helped the establishment of a World Peace Foundation in year 2001, registered at the Stockholm County Council: www.peace.se
Today my transformation from a M.Sc. in Aeronautical Engineering, to an international professional I AM Philosophizing Agent is best expressed in an active blog, Peace Philosophers Blog: www.peace.se/blog.
I followed Henyk Skolimowski over a decade and presented papers at The New Renaissance Conferences within The Scientific and Medical Network.
But somehow I never performed a full Ph.D. exam. Asking Henryk if my efforts did meet the academic criteria for an exam, he mentioned that as an Emeritus he was no longer in position to produce a judgement on that. I have to go to an active faculty.
So here I am, in front of the Humanities Divisional Office at the University of Oxford.
Are the results of my Ph.D. efforts of interest to the Oxford University?
If so, how to proceed?
Ove Svidén World Peace Foundation
firstname.lastname@example.org www.peace.se Filosofens blogg: www.peace.se/blogg
Peace Philosophers Blog: www.peace.se/blog
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