Announcing the Winner and Published Authors of the Dialexicon Spring 2022 Journal.
Congratulations to Nick Liu of Phillips Academy Andover (USA), who is our 2022 winner and recipient of the $100 prize, with his paper titled "Imagine Sisyphus Exploited: The Absurdity of Late Stage Capitalism."
Published Authors - Featured in the Dialexicon Spring 2022 Journal:
- Marianna Stamatiou (Arsakeio Lykeum of Patras, Greece) — "Mandatory Vaccines? The Djokovic Case"
- Lucy Fan (Guildford High School, United Kingdom) — "Relativism and the Death of Truth"
- Jerry Zhang (Collingwood School, Canada) — "The The Ethics of Mandatory Vaccines: Why Governments Should Take the Plunge"
- Gabi Casals (Brentwood College School, Canada) — "Does Identity Exist?"
- Toth Efraim
- Soma Viragh
- Tilemachos Paizis
- Samuel Veto
The 2021 Spring Dialexicon Journal received 85 submissions from 12 countries: Canada, Greece, US, Mexico, Hungary, UK, Indonesia, Slovenia, Turkey, Thailand, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Serbia.
Announcing the Winner and Published Authors of the Dialexicon Spring 2021 Journal.
Congratulations to Julia Wright, who is our 2021 winner and recipient of the $500 prize, with her paper titled "The Animal Rights Movement in the Context of the COVID-19 Pandemic."
Published Authors - Featured in the Dialexicon Spring 2021 Journal:
- Kiki Ajayi (England) - "Does Violence have a place in Politics?"
- Dimitrios Kouvaras (Greece) - "COVID-19: A Lesson of Freedom and Citizenship"
- Sophie Nadalini (Canada) - "A Call for Nonviolent Protest"
- Daniel Xu (USA) - "The Rebel in Black: A Black Existentialist Approach to the George Floyd Protests"
- Emma Miléna Mészáros (Hungary) - "How Viktor Orban's Hungary is heading towards dictatorship during COVID-19"
- Charles Amsellem (England)
- Benjamin Allen (Hungary)
- Aarian Bhakoo (Canada)
- Eva Kamimura (Canada)