terça-feira, 21 de agosto de 2012

Philosophical Explorations Essay Prize 2013

(deadline August 30th)‏

The journal Philosophical Explorations has inaugurated an annual essay prize for philosophers in the early stages of their career (see conditions below). Papers are invited on all aspects of the philosophy of mind and action. They should not be under consideration for publication elsewhere, and should not be submitted to any other journal until the outcome of the competition is known.
The Prize

* Publication of the winning essay in Philosophical Explorations as the opening article of the September 2013 issue (volume 16, issue 3).

* The winning essay will be promoted on the website of the journal. (The winner of the 2011 Prize, a paper by Michael Wilby, is the second best read paper of the journal, right after Jurgen Habermas.)

* Cash prize of £250.


All submitted papers that qualify (see conditions) will be evaluated by the journal’s editorial board. The top 5 papers will be nominated for the Prize and will be judged by a jury consisting of three members of the journal’s advisory board. The jury will evaluate the papers on the originality of the paper, the quality of the argumentation, conceptual clarity, and overall readability.

The decision of the jury will be final. There is only one prize per year and the jury reserves the right to award no prize at all if submitted material is not of an appropriate standard.


Philosophers who have earned their doctorate no more than five years prior to submission and philosophers in the  final stages of their PhD are invited to submit (The winner will be required to document that this is the case).

Papers should be on the topic of the journal, i.e. the philosophy of mind and action broadly understood (see general rules regarding submissions for Philosophical Explorations in the journal or on our website: www.tandfonline.com/rpex).

Word limit: 3000-9000 words, including notes and references.

For an excellent example, see this year's winning paper by Hanno Sauer, 'Educated Intuitions'

Closing date for submissions: August 30, 2012.

Papers must be submitted on mc.manuscriptcentral.com/rpex. Please indicate clearly that you wish to have the paper considered for the Essay Prize. Make sure that the essay is modified for blind review, and that it has an abstract. A separate sheet with information about the university where you earned your doctorate, the date it was (or will be) awarded, and current mailing address is required.

For more information about the prize, please contact one of the assistant editors of the journal, Melissa van Amerongen (mvamerongen@philexpl.nl) or Fleur Jongepier (f.jongepier@ftr.ru.nl).

The winner of the prize will be announced on March 1, 2013 via the Philosophical Explorations website (www.tandfonline.com/rpex).

For a pdf version please visit http://tandf.co.uk/journals/pdf/rpex-essay-prize.pdf

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