Thesis Dedicated To God

Thesis Dedicated To God-56
But I doubt many people would stop reading just because they saw something like that.

But I doubt many people would stop reading just because they saw something like that.

Would that annoy the readers who do not know the language of the dedication?

Would that be considered as "putting private message in a publicly-designated document"?

My supervisor did not even copyedit mine, he marked it clearly as such so that I was aware that I had to proofread it carefully myself.

You can acknowledge whoever and whatever is important in your life, I've seen Ph D theses dedicated to God, deceased relatives, and even Cup Ramen.

Is there a reference that says whether this is a good/bad practice?

You're allowed to write a dedication in whatever language you'd like.This is directed at my partner, also a scientist, who is Japanese (we were doing long distance at the time).No one has ever questioned me on the meaning of this or why I included it.No matter what you do, you can always inadvertently hit the wrong note.uses cookies to personalize content, tailor ads and improve the user experience. There's nothing wrong with thanking God or other religious figures, and it's not particularly unusual.It could upset people if you use the acknowledgments as a place to expound religious doctrine, but no reasonable person would take offense at simply thanking God and I've never seen it cause any controversy.You should not mention everyone who contributed to the book’s creation.You can thank everyone you’ve ever met in the Acknowledgements, if you want.A book dedication is a device that some authors use to bestow a very high honor on a person (or small group of people) they want to praise or otherwise spotlight. Many people write their book dedication to a child or dedicate their book to a friend who has impacted their creative process.It is not fundamentally different than dedicating anything else, like a ship or a monument. There’s no magic formula, and you don’t have to get everyone in there.


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