The English word “deviate”:
Deviate! â€˜di:vieÉªt: To turn aside from a course, method, or mode of action, a rule, standard, etc.; to take a different course, diverge.
Y la palabra EspaÃ±ola “desviar”:
Â¡Deâ€™vÃate! del desviar(se): Disuadir o apartar a alguien (o si mismo) de la intenciÃ³n, determinaciÃ³n, propÃ³sito o dictamen en que estaba.
both come from the Latin: “devio/ deviare”
devio: to turn from the straight road, to go aside, to deviate
Getting a PhD is going off the road. Sometimes onto the rocky shoals, sometimes in the tall grass, sometimes an ivory tower, and once in a long while, getting a PhD is a wide horizon of infinite possibilities. It is never, however, “the straight road.” And having a PhD seems no different.
Welcome to my exploration of the places off the road.
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