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Knowing that the process of intellectual development begins long before publication, The American Dialectic Charitable Trust provides opportunities for promising individuals whose efforts and contributions might otherwise go unaided or unrecognized.  The Annual Dissertation Contest provides visibility and support for promising new scholars in philosophy and related fields, promoting individuals who continually develop themselves intellectually in such a way that the greater community of thinkers is also served.

The American Dialectic Dissertation Contest is open to all current and recent graduates.  The author of the winning essay will receive $500 and the winning essay will be published in American Dialectic the following term.  Materials are accepted on a rolling basis, but all finalized materials must be recieved no later than October 1st.  For eligibility requirements and contest instructions, please visit:  www.AmericanDialectic.org/Dissertation/

American Dialectic is currently accepting submissions in all areas of philosophy.  If you would like to learn more about  how to submit an article or response to American Dialectic, please visit our submission guidelines page.

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