Heythrop Philosophy Essay Prize Competition 2012
Heythrop College University of London is launching a new Philosophy Essay Prize, worth £500 which will be judged by Dr Stephen Law, Senior Lecturer in Philosophy at Heythrop College and the editor of the Royal Institute of Philosophy's journal THINK: Philosophy for Everyone.
The competition is open to all those studying for any AS or A2-level examinations (or equivalent) in 2012.
Entries should be no longer than 1500 words including footnotes but excluding references and can take any form e.g. essay, dialogue, etc. All sources must be referenced.
The deadline for the 1500 word essay is 5pm on Friday 30 March 2012, and the winner will be announced on the Heythrop website on 29 June 2012.
To enter please choose one of the titles below and send your entry to firstname.lastname@example.org (please note you may only submit one entry to the competition).
Entries should be written in the Microsoft Word document which includes the entry form (please see below). Entries will normally be acknowledged within 5 days.
Heythrop College/Dr Stephen Law reserve the right to publish entries but entrants will retain copyright over their work.
Title 1: Is there good evidence for or against the existence of God?
Title 2: What is the mind-body problem? Can it be solved?
Title 3: Under what conditions can someone be said to know something?
Go here to download the entry form.