Ultimately ( just kidding) - at this point in time it would seem that Neil DeGrasse Tyson Destroys Bill O'Reilly is a sufficient argument for the university refusing to permit their science student's poetic dedication to his Almighty God.
I guess that if the doctoral student in science had in fact been Muslim and he had dedicated the fruits - the success of all his efforts to Allah subhana ta'ala, then ( not conspiracy theory) we could have had reason to suspect discrimination on quite other grounds ( not outside the realm of possibilities) that the said Muslim student could be a Muslim fundamentalist or even a secret supporter of Islamic fundamentalism....
On Sunday, 7 May 2017 00:20:36 UTC+2, Adeshina Afolayan wrote:
A Dutch university prohibits a PhD student from thanking God in his acknowledgments | Practical Ethics
A Dutch university prohibits a PhD student from thanking God in his acknowledgments | Practical EthicsA Dutch university (Wageningen University) prohibited a PhD student from thanking God in his thesis acknowledgme...
Adeshina Afolayan, PhD
Department of Philosophy
University of Ibadan
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