Making Today's Learners, Tomorrow's Leaders
Ever wondered what it's like to be a philosopher?
Having a PhD (Doctor of Philosophy) is not necessary to become a philosopher. Dr. Masani believes each person has the ability to reflect on past knowledge, while using current events to make sense of new experiences.
The reflection process is fundamental to the inter-workings of "meaning making"(1). During your reflective process, we encourage you to write down your thoughts. We think with self-exploration and time to reflect, your innermost thoughts will become very impressive philosophical statements. See how simple it is!
To get you started with writing your philosophical statements, click on the "Embracing the Moments" and "Reflections" pages. These pages include some examples of Dr. Masani's innermost thoughts. We hope you have fun with your own experience as a philosopher!
1) Mezirow, J. (1991). Transformative Dimensions of Adult Learning. San Francisco , CA.: Jossey-Bass