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Robert Papazian Essay Prize

International Journal of Philosophical Studies (IJPS) invites to contribute for the Robert Papazian Annual Essay Prize on themes from Ethics and Political Philosophy. The winning entry receives a cash prize of €1500, publication in the journal, and promotion on the journal’s Taylor & Francis website. The topic for the 2013 prize is Friendship. Scholarly essays from all

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Prize: New York Times Ethics of Meat Eating Contest

The New York Times is sponsoring an essay contest in search of the best defense of the ethics of eating meat. Winners to be published in the Times Magazine. Short time frame. No more than 600 words by April 8th. They are encouraging professional ethicists and students to send in submissions. CLICK the link: NY Times Contest.

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ISEE Early Career Essay Prize

Holmes Rolston III, Early Career Essay Prize in Environmental Philosophy. To mark the 20th anniversary of the International Society for Environmental Ethics (ISEE), the ISEE and the Center for Environmental Philosophy are inaugurating an annual essay prize for scholars in the early stages of their career. The prize is named in honour of Professor Holmes Rolston III, for his pioneering work

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The Andrew Cole International Prize Essay Competition 2011

QUESTION: Is the Human Species Special? This year’s international prize essay competition takes its theme from a book which was published in 2010: ‘Is the Human Species Special?’. In this book the issue of human specialness is considered at length, and a particular view of human specialness is outlined. The competition is open to anyone

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Prize Essay Competition

The Philosophical Quarterly invites submissions for its 2011 international prize essay competition, the topic of which is ‘Hume after 300 Years’. 2011 marks the tercentenary of the birth of David Hume. Entries are invited on all aspects of Hume’s philosophy. Particularly welcome will be essays on relatively neglected parts of Hume’s corpus: for example, his

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