Hi all! It's been a while. While I was gone: one of my papers got published, one was rejected (and then rewritten) and another was returned for revisions (which now I have to send back), I sent out four abstracts to conferences and got one acceptance already (waiting for another by the end of the week), and I'm now on my way to send another. I think that's all concerning academia 🤔
I also got a 🎸 and I've been enjoying playing again after three or so years
I really liked this little essay:
(although it is a pity that you cannot copy the text, because it's all images :/)
At the queue to board my flight back home. I kinda miss it... I wish I could have flown a bit earlier so I could do me laundry straight away though 😅
In other news, I read The Tiger Flu (liked it), Longitude (interesting) and I'm now reading Ancillary Justice. I started the last one first, but I wasn't as engaged as I thought I would be.
Hi, this is my #introduction
My name is RJ, I'm a first year (first semester, actually) undergraduate student at Athabasca University. I'm mainly interested in Philosophy and Jurisprudence. My goal is to make it into a law school of sorts, within the next few years.
I'd love to get in touch with anyone who shares my interests.
hello! my name is kat, I'm an undergraduate astronomy & astrophysics and physics double major at a school somewhere in PA. Currently I'm working in a particle astrophysics lab, though that may change in the near future.
Obviously I'm super interested in space, but I am also absolutely fascinated by history, anthropology, and linguistics- so don't be surprised if you see me pop up in your notifications☺️
it's nice to meet all of you
Adrienne Shaw wrote a great guide on how to do peer review:
Today I didn't write or read. Instead, I took a long walk outside of town and went to watch a movie (Suspiria, which I didn't entirely like).
It's so easy to feel (wrongly) that a day like this is a waste of time. I need to work on avoiding that line of thought, without giving myself a pass to slack off.
a PhD student in #philosophy, working in epistemology, metaphysics and philosophical logic.
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