CFP: MIND Graduate Essay Prize 2021: Philosophy of Logic

Submission deadline: December 30, 2021

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MIND Graduate Essay Prize 2021 

MIND and Oxford University Press are pleased to announce a new MIND Graduate Essay Prize. The winner of the prize will have their essay published in MIND, and will receive a cash prize of £500 and also £500 worth of OUP books. 
The subject area for the 2021 essay competition is the Philosophy of Logic. We welcome essays on any topic within this area. Entries will be assessed with regard to excellence, originality, and interest. No topic, school, or style of philosophy is excluded. 
All entries will be treated as submissions to MIND and, in exceptional circumstances, more than one paper will be published. We aim, however, to have only one winner of the prize. 

Entrants to the Graduate Prize Essay Competition will normally be undertaking graduate study. Those who have completed their post-graduate education must not have done so more than two years before the closing date. (Entrants can add any non-academic leave taken - maternity, paternity, sickness, or care - on to the two years). Entries should be prepared in line with the MIND guidelines for submission. Please note, in particular, that essays should be no longer than around 8,000 words. 

Essays must be submitted electronically at the MIND submission site: under the article type 'Graduate Essay Prize'.  

The closing date for receipt of entries is 31 December 2021. 
Entries will be assessed by the Editors (A.W. Moore and Lucy O’Brien) and appointed advisors. The winning entry will be published in MIND in 2022

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