The FYE writing contest is back.
FYE and Po/Mo are having a joint writing contest. You will need a pencil.
There are no rules. Okay, there is one rule. You have to write. Write as much or as little as you wish and turn it in by the submission deadline: 23 March.
There will be 3 winners. You will be famous. And there are prizes. The first two winners will get to pick the Prize-pack of their choice. Third winner might wish to provide mailing address of nemesis.
This contest is open to submissions for any topic you’d like to write on, however, at least one of the winners will be writing in response to one of the following FYE topics:
Photographs proving one’s existence is more important than existing itself; or is there any actual difference? What is this new existentialism?
Sartre believes that “The subject is freedom’s never ending flight from being, and man is hell for man. From that perspective, no political cause can unite consciousness in any collective project. Any collective project can therefore only be passive.” As a fearless revolutionary, provide a response to Sartre.
Can you genuinely create meaning with an existentialist ethic? Or is being an existentialist that meaning in itself?