Re: [Czechlist] Re: Nadhled/ PhDr vs. PhD
- It sounds, then, like a PhDr is close to an American PhD, and the
Czech PhD doesn't have an equivalent here. (Someone may prove me
On Jul 4, 2006, at 6:57 AM, spektrum2002 wrote:
> Jestli se veci za posledni leta nezmenily, je PhDr. titul, ktery udili
> filosoficka fakulta svym absolventum, kteri slozili rigorozni
> zaverecnou zkousku a obhajili diplomovou praci, kdezto PhD se udili az
> po nekolialetem postgraduate study a obhajobe thesis - driv jsme misto
> toho meli CSc. ("kandidat ved").
> Z tohoto hlediska je PhD na vyssi urovni nez PhDr.
> Petr A.
> --- In Czechlist@yahoogroups.com, "Valerie Talacko" <valerie@...>
> > Thanks for the nadhled suggestions.
> > Another question: If one person is a PhDr and the other a PhD, is
> only the former qualified to be called Dr in English? (although in the
> UK anyone with a PhD is a Dr...)
> > Many thanks,
> > Valerie
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: melvyn.geo
> > To: Czechlist@yahoogroups.com
> > Sent: Monday, July 03, 2006 2:17 PM
> > Subject: [Czechlist] Re: Nadhled
> > --- In Czechlist@yahoogroups.com, "Valerie Talacko" <valerie@>
> > >
> > > Thanks - yes, cool(ly) is a good one. The main problem,
> however, is
> > that nadhled seems to be used very frequently and standardly as a
> > label for an artistic style, almost
> > An 'aesthetic sensibility' already?
> > >- 'they display this, that and nadhled' and we just don't have a
> > concept that is equally 'standard' and recognisable.
> > Dude, if you want a small token of standard chic, then this sounds
> > like a job for the 'uber-' prefix. Absolutely de rigeur in many
> > arty contexts ( http://www.urbandictionary.com/ ) and you get bonus
> > Czechlist chic points for the umlaut. Uber-insight or uber-
> > something or uber? :-)
> > BR
> > M.
> > http://imag.lutik.ru/
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