Heythrop Essay Prize

Heythrop Essay Prize 2014

As part of our commitment to promoting academic excellence in the disciplines of Philosophy and Theology, Heythrop College holds an annual Essay Competition for Sixth Form students. The winner receives a prize of £500 and all entrants receive a certificate of entry.

Choice of titles:

Is the problem of evil fatal to traditional theism?

How do you know you are not a brain in a vat?

1st prize £500      2nd prize £100     3rd prize £50        4th, 5th & 6th prize £25 each

The competition is open to all those studying for any AS or A2 Level examinations (or equivalent) in 2014. The deadline for the 1500-word essay is 30th April 2014.

The essays will be judged by a panel of Heythrop staff chaired by Dr Stephen Law, Senior Lecturer in Philosophy and Editor of Think the Journal of the Royal Institute of Philosophy.

To enter the competition, please download an entry form here.

Page Updated: Thursday, January 16 2014