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IN THE U.S., especially, academics often describe a doctoral degree as a terminal degree—the highest degree achievable in one’s field of expertise. But to me, the use of the word “terminal” to describe any educational credential seems strange. Its sense of unquestioned finality implies that degree holders are done learning and now can move on to other things.
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