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Emanuel Miller Prize

The Thinker, Rodin, 1902
The Thinker, Rodin, 1902

By a bequest under the Will of Dr Emanuel Miller, St John's College received a sum of money for the establishment of a prize in the Philosophy of Science with special reference to the behavioural sciences (psychology and social science).

The prize of £300 will be awarded to the writer of the best essay, not exceeding 10,000 words, on a topic chosen by the competitor within the realm of the Philosophy of Science with special reference to the behavioural sciences (psychology and social science).

All members of the University are eligible to apply.

Any candidate who is in doubt as to whether the chosen topic lies within the specified field should contact the Master by 1 June 2017, and the College Council will resolve the matter. The College Council also reserves the right not to make an award in any year when it judges that there is no candidate of sufficient merit.

Essays must be submitted to the Master's Secretary by email, to s.l.mansfield@joh.cam.ac.uk, by 1 October 2017.