Research Advice for Non-Native English Speaking Philosophers

Research Advice for Non-Native English Speaking Philosophers


A graduate student in philosophy asks:

I really enjoyed the daily habits of routine research post. I am wondering if you could open up a new discussion that addresses the related issues with regards to philosophers who use English as their second language. In my own experiences, doing research in a non-native language often comes with unique challenges that call for unique solutions, and we can all learn from each other.

Readers, please share  your advice and experiences with this. Thank you.

UPDATE (3/18/15): Moving up on the page, by request, to solicit further thoughts on this topic.

(image: detail from “Metamorphosis II” by M.C. Escher)

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