World #Prizes in Philosophy Series: The Templeton Prize

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In this third feature of the #Prizes in Philosophy Series, we take a look at the Templeton Prize — a USD 1 000 000 (£1,100,000 Sterling) prize granted to a living person for exceptional contributions in “affirming life’s spiritual dimension, whether through insight, discovery, or practical works”. The prize is open to any one living person whose works have indirectly or directly explored “the many and diverse manifestation of the Divine”. According to the direction of renowned founder and philanthropist Sir John Templeton, the prize’s annual monetary value must always exceed that of the Noble Prizes to emphasize the equal importance of the spiritual in humanities.

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