Master of Philosophy MPhil
The Master of Philosophy (M.Phil) is a postgraduate research degree lesser than the Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) but greater than a Masters degree. It is generally considered as a senior or second Masters degree. It can also serve as a provisional enrollment for the Ph.D.
What are the barriers of knowledge?
Understanding. Communication and resulting misinterpretations. The limitations of time and space and our access to energy and matter. Our senses and observations, and how much we can perceive of the environment and universe around us. The ability to comprehend any state or level of consciousness outside of our own. The choices we make. The questions we ask. It depends when you would consider a barrier of knowledge to be met, or broken. If we reach a point when we can answer every question, is that a barrier? The barrier comes not when we cannot answer any more questions, but when we stop asking questions. ANI Answer I really have no addition, I just wanted to admire how complete and well formulated the answer above was, hazaa boyo. Alternate Answer: I don't see 'Understanding' as a barrier to knowledge. A lack of understanding or a failure to understand would be barriers to knowledge. 'Communication' is not a barrier. It is a primary path to knowledge. A break in communication or a failure to communicate would be a barrier. 'Our senses and observations, and how much we can perceive of the environment and universe around us.' are not barriers. These are the primary paths to knowledge we have. 'The ability to comprehend any state or level of consciousness outside of our own.' is a freedom we have, it is not a barrier. Maybe one should clarify what is meant by 'knowledge'. All of the above comprise one's own knowledge or they describe the means to attain it. They are not barriers to one's own knowledge. Now we might talk about the knowledge that others might have. Is there any knowledge beyond what we have and what others have? I think not. But certainly we or they may create more knowledge. I think for practical purposes the considerations we hold that limit our knowledge are the only barriers to knowledge there are. For example if I consider there are things I can know and things I can not know, The Knowable and the Unknowable. I must consider there are things others know that I can not. What if I don't hold such a considersation?
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What percentage of the world population have a PhD?
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What is the meaning of 'the budget is a target'?
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Whats the difference between teleological systems and deontological systems?
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Which university offers Mphil tourism through distance education?
IGNOU offers PhD in Tourism Studies. It is of 2 year duration. Eligibility for the courses is MPhil in the relevant subject/allied discipline from a recognised university/recognised institution of higher learning OR 5 years of teaching /industry /administration /professional experience at senior level and having made a demonstrable contribution. One also needs to have fifty-five percent marks in Post-Graduation, with course work or Master in Tourism or related discipline with fifty-five percent of marks.
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Is it worth it to get a master's degree in sociology?
From, somebody like myself, who has a master's degree in sociology, I would recommend that you avoid getting your master's in sociology unless of course you want to get your PhD and teach or you have a specific job in mind that would require you to or you would get a raise if you had your master's . Employers are scared by those with a Master's unless it is required, they consider you to be overqualified and are reluctant to hire you out of the fear that you will leave as soon as you find something better paying. I got my master's in 2006 and it is 2008 almost 2009 and I am doing residential care for $9 per hour and am 80k in debt for student loans because I cannot find a job. If I could go back I definitely would not have even majored in sociology. I would recommend social work because there are more options with that degree and you can get licensed. It really depends on what career you have in mind. I understand that everybody's experience is different, but I would really think hard but why you would need a master's and why exactly you want to major in sociology, specifically what job you would want to get. Sociology is a fascinating field, i loved my classes, but it led me absolutely nowhere. Answer A bachelors degree certainly isn't worth much in the job market. A masters at least gets you a job.
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What is a universal idea?
A universal idea is that that is dealed with in an epic. It is the idea of good and evil or black and white. It is an idea that everyone has an understanding of and that has background to it. You can relate universal idea to things in life that are known by everyone. It's a natural prior knowledge theme.