Notice To All Napresite

Good day fellow NAPRESITE. I want to believe the break has bn a good one and effectivily utilised. Its my delight to create the awareness of these competitions:
Each year a question or quote exploring Franklin’s relevance in
our time is open for interpretationin 1000-1500 words. The competition is exclusively for young writers, aged 18-25. The Benjamin Franklin House Literary Prize is endowed by Benjamin Franklin House Chairman John Studzinski, a leading executive and philanthropist.
The 2013 Franklin quote is: “ Dost thou love life? Then do not squander time, for that is the stuff life is made of.” Entrants should interpret this quote for its significance today. Organizer
Benjamin Franklin House Chairman John Studzinski
The awards are first prize of £750, and a second prize of £500. Winning entries will be published online by media partner, The Telegraph .
Deadline:31 October 2013
Entrants must be aged 18-25 years Entrants must provide their name, email, postal address, telephone number, age and place of study (if applicable; if they are not currently in education, they should provide a biographical note explaining their current activities) Entrants may submit only one entry; fiction or non-fiction accepted
Entries of 1000-1500 words must be sent by 31
October 2013
to info@benjaminfrankli­
Got any question? Shoot an email
to info@benjaminfrankli­


Tags: Immaterialism , Materialism, Non-materialism 2013 Philosophy Essay Prize on Materialism. The Royal Institute of
Philosophy and Cambridge University Press are pleased to announce the 2013 Philosophy Essay Prize. Entries may address the topic in a variety of ways. To what extent do theories in philosophy of logic and mathematics, as well as in metaphysics, philosophy of mind and axiology, require admitting non-material entities into their ontologies? Materialism has a contradictory, immaterialism, and a contrary, non-materialism. How might these be distinguished? How might non- or im-material entities be identified and individuated? Can non-material characteristics
inhere in material substances, and can material characteristics inhere in non-material substances? If not, is attribute dualism
(pluralism) combined with substance monism incoherent? These are among the themes that might be addressed.
Materialism, Non-materialism and Immaterialism
The Royal Institute of Philosophy and Cambridge
University Press
Winners of the Prize will receive £2,500 with their essay being published in Philosophy and identified as the essay prize winner.
1 October, 2013
In assessing entries priority will be given to originality, clarity of expression, breadth of interest, and potential for advancing discussion. All entries will be deemed to be submissions to Philosophy and more than one may be published. In exceptional circumstances the prize may be awarded jointly in which case the
financial component will be divided, but the aim is to select a single prize-winner. Entries should be prepared in line with
standard Philosophy guidelines for submission. They should be submitted electronically in Word, with PRIZE ESSAY in the subject heading, to assistant@royalinsti­ .
The closing date for receipt of entries is October
the 1st 2013.
Entries will be considered by a committee of the Royal Institute of Philosophy, and the winner announced by the end 2013.
The winning entry will be published in Philosophy in April 2014.
Inquiries Questions? Send them to assistant@royalinsti­ .


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