Not a PhD Thesis is a blog written for PravinJeya, a PhD student carrying out research into the impact of incentivisation on environmental behaviour. As the URL suggests, it was initially called Green PhD, but as is the nature of doctoral research and blogs, he got a bit distracted and started writing increasingly about other things that came to mind. He is particularly interested in looking at life in general through his Hegelian theoretical framework and thinks that, after God (Father, Son and Holy Spirit), Hegel is probably the most important person. So the change of name is meant to make clear that it is not just about his PhD.
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