I was drawn to scholarship from an interest in biblical archeology and am now involved in studying the problem of conflict resources in Congo. Thorough investigation of a small doubt has helped me affirm my connection to the world. Among the many available approaches, I look forward to utilizing the twin wheels of research and education in meeting the challenge of resolving social problems.
If you place resources at the center of human society and take another look at the world, the world will show you wealth and poverty that were not visible before. Following the transitions in history to reveal the overall picture of a society and its historical turning points is the true thrill of pursuing the social sciences.
For both science and biology, there are “more interesting things, more interesting discoveries.” This is the appeal of learning; it’s what moves you. Intellect can be considered as the sensation of facing the world.
During such confrontations, it is truly within intellectual work that you have to think in what way your own inner world should be deployed.