quinta-feira, 22 de março de 2012

Essay Prize from The Association for the Philosophy of Judaism


The Association for the Philosophy of Judaism is dedicated to encouraging new work in the philosophy of Judaism. Our annual APJ Essay Prize will be awarded to new work in the philosophy of Judaism. The winner will receive $500 and will also have their paper published in Faith & Philosophy, subject to the ratification of the editorial team of the journal. We are grateful to Faith & Philosophy for their support of our prize. We define the philosophy of Judaism broadly, to include any of the following:

§ Philosophical engagement with any of the key texts of Rabbinic Judaism (Biblical or Rabbinic) /// § Philosophical engagement with any of the key tenets of Jewish faith /// § Philosophical engagement with any of the key concepts of Jewish peoplehood, such as communal identity over time. /// § Philosophical engagement with classical texts of Jewish philosophy and with philosophers of Judaism, i.e. with texts and philosophers that dealt with any of the issues raised above.

We invite submissions of new work in any of these fields to be considered for the prize. Candidate essays should be no longer than 10,000 words and include a 500 word abstract; they must not have been published elsewhere and must not be under review by any journal until we have finished considering it for the prize.

Entries should be prepared for blind-review and sent to info@theapj.com

Deadline for entries is 31 August, 2012

Winner will be announced by 1 November, 2012

The Association for the Philosophy of Judaism reserves the right not to award the prize if no entry is thought to be of a suitably high quality.

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