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06-06-2019, 15:21   #1
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Finding a mentor/supervisor

I have a general question about finding a mentor/supervisor to offer guidance in the process of writing an academic paper. I have the paper written - on the problem of time in Quantum Gravity. It's effectively a philosophical approach, whic is why I'm posting here as well. I think I've gone as far as I can on my own, which is where some guidance would be invaluable.

I know the structure and formatting probably need a lot of work. The paper is relatively well referenced, I would say, although there is probably a need for additional citations in places - some well known ideas I didn't reference - and the formatting of the citations themselves probably need some work. Some feedback/critique on the ideas would also be invaluable.

Unfortunately, enrolling in an educational program isn't a viable option a the moment. So, would anyone have any advice on how to proceed in this context?
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Visit a philosophy department of a local university and discuss with the department secretary if there may be a lecturer or professor that may be interested in discussing your paper.
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