I have been writing and working in English for the last twenty-five years. I have become pretty well-versed in it. However, I still need some help to edit some of my turns of sentence, which I feel to have too much of a "French flavor."
I will present some sentences of mine to see if they can be ameliorated.
I am presently writing an essay on the evolution of human understanding that is gradually becoming a counterpart of Kant's Critic of Pure Reason, which he had himself to produce from a "historical perspective," as he was not yet aware of evolution. I hope this essay will eventually become a Ph.D. dissertation; I have all the requisite academic credentials. I have two general baccalaureate degrees, carried out between the age of twenty-one and thirty six, in six French institutions, and one unspecialised Master of Arts degree in Zoo-Anthroposociology from an English university, acquired at the age of forty six, as a full-time student. I have no specialization; I intentionally started out my "university carrier" to understand the shortcomings of human nature from a generalist perspective. However, after I completed my graduate study, I realized that I had acquired sufficient superficial knowledge in enough academic disciplines to proclaim myself "certified globalist." I did twenty years of post-graduate work in absentia--the last ten full time on the internet--since there was no university department eclectic enough to recognize my academic curriculum.