Tuesday, September 30, 2014

7. INTERNATIONAL CARTOON/CARICATURE CONTEST - MAGAZINE “NOSOROG” (“RHINOCERVS”)


The organizer of 7th International cartoon/caricature contest is The International magazine for satire, humor and cartoons “Nosorog” ( “Rhinocervs”; www.nosorog.rs.sr ). The contest is opened for professional or amateur cartoonists, from any country, any nationality, age, sex, or profession.

THEME:

BIG & BIGGEST PHILOSOPHERS 
In 19th and 20th Century 

Prizes:

First Prize: 300 euros + Diploma
Second Prize: Diploma
Third Prize: Diploma

Five ( 5 ) Special Diplomas

Conditions of entry: 

1. Technic: any Technic will be accepted

2. IMPORTANT: Write on each caricature which philosopher you present! (you may find photos of philosophers on Wikipedia, or somewhere other on net)

3. Entries: maximum 7 entries will be submitted 

4. Size of entries: A4, A3 format

5. Send your name, surname, address and the E-mail

6. You may send by post or by E-mail 

7. E-mail for sending art-work:

Note: 300 dpi resolution; JPG, JPEG format

8. If you send by post, address is:

MAGAZINE “NOSOROG”
CARA DUŠANA 4
78000 BANJA LUKA
REPUBLIKA SRPSKA
Bosnia and Herzegovina

Note: Please, do not send originals, because we will not send you back!

9. DEADLINE
Entry deadline is the December 15th  2014.

10. Names of Philosophers:

  1. Arthur Schopenhauer (Germany)
  2. Søren Aabye Kierkegaard - (Denmark)
  3. Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche - (Germany)
  4. Auguste Comte – (France)
  5. John Stuart Mill – (England)
  6. Herbert Spencer – (England)
  7. Alexander von Humboldt – (Germany)
  8. Gustav Theodor Fechner – (Germany)
  9. Rudolf Hermann Lotze - (Germany)
  10. Friedrich Adolf Trendelenburg – (Germany)
  11. Karl Robert Eduard von Hartmann – (Germany)
  12. Ernst Kuno Berthold Fischer – (Germany)
  13. Friedrich Albert Lange - (Germany)
  14. Hermann Cohen - (Germany)
  15. Paul Gerhard Natorp - (Germany)
  16. Ernst Cassirer - (Germany)
  17. Wilhelm Windelband - (Germany)
  18. Heinrich John Rickert - (Germany)
  19. Richard Kroner - (Germany)
  20. Benedetto Croce - (Italy)
  21. Giovanni Gentile - (Italy)
  22. Mikhail Alexandrovich Bakunin - (Russia)
  23. Ivan Alexandrovich Ilyin - (Russia)

24.  Charles Sanders Peirce - (USA)

  1. William James - (USA)
  2. John Dewey - (USA)
  3. Charles W. Morris - (USA)
  4. Richard McKay Rorty - (USA)
  5. Richard Heinrich Ludwig Avenarius - (Switzerland)
  6. Ernst Waldfried Josef Wenzel Mach - (Austria)
  7. Jorge Agustín Nicolás Ruiz de Santayana y Borrás, known as: George Santayana - (Spain-USA)
  8. Henri Bergson - (France)
  9. Wilhelm Dilthey (Germany)
  10. Georg Simmel - (Germany)
  11. Oswald Arnold Gottfried Spengler - (Germany)
  12. Nikolay Yakovlevich Danilevsky - (Russia)
  13. Semyon Lyudvigovich Frank - (Russia)
  14. George Edward Moore - (England)
  15. Bertrand Arthur William Russell - (England)
  16. Ludwig Josef Johann Wittgenstein - (Austria-England)
  17. Bernhard Placidus Johann Nepomuk Bolzano - Bernard Bolzano - (Czech Kingdom, Bohemian Kingdom)
  18. Franz Clemens Honoratus Hermann Brentano - Franz Brentano - (Germany)
  19. Edmund Gustav Albrecht Husserl - Edmund Husserl - (Germany)
  20. Max Ferdinand Scheler - (Germany)
  21. Gustav Gustavovich Shpet - (Russia-SSSR)
  22. Nicolai Hartmann - (Russia-Germany)
  23. Martin Heidegger - (Germany)
  24. Martin Buber - (Austria-Israel)
  25. Emmanuel Levinas - (Russia-France)
  26. Gabriel Honoré Marcel - (France)
  27. Karl Theodor Jaspers - (Germany)
  28. Nikolai Alexandrovich Berdyaev - (Russia-France)
  29. Žan Pol Sartr (France) - Jean-Paul Sartre
  30. Miguel de Unamuno y Jugo - (Spain)
  31. José Ortega y Gasset - (Spain)
  32. Max Horkheimer - (Germany)
  33. Theodor W. Adorno - (Germany)
  34. Walter Bendix Schönflies Benjamin - Walter Benjamin - (Germany)
  35. Herbert Marcuse - (Germany-USA)
  36. Erich Seligmann Fromm - (Germany-Mexico-Switzerland)
  37. Jürgen Habermas - (Germany)
  38. Niklas Luhmann - (Germany)
  39. György Lukács - (Hungary)
  40. Karl Korsch - (Germany)
  41. Ernst Bloch - (Germany)
  42. Gajo Petrović (Yugoslavia)
  43. Étienne Gilson - (France)
  44. Konstantin Eduardovich Tsiolkovsky - (Russia)
  45. Nikolay Alekseevich Umov - (Russia)
  46. Nikolai Fyodorovich Fyodorov - (Russia)
  47. Vladimir Ivanovich Vernadsky - (Russia)
  48. Vladimir Sergeyevich Solovyov - (Russia)
  49. Pavel Alexandrovich Florensky - (Russia)
  50. Karl Raimund Popper - (Austria-England)
  51. Thomas Samuel Kuhn - (USA)
  52. Paul Karl Feyerabend - (Austria-USA)
  53. Claude Lévi-Strauss - (France)
  54. Michel Foucault - (France)
  55. Jacques Marie Émile Lacan - (France)
  56. Ferdinand de Saussure - (Switzerland-France)
  57. Jacques Derrida - (France)
  58. Hans-Georg Gadamer - (Germany)
  59. Merab Mamardashvili - (SSSR)
  60. Eugen Fink - (Germany)
… (also, you may draw some others)
Plus: Milan Uzelac (Serbia)

11. EXHIBITION: The exhibition will take place in the gallery of the National Library of Republika Srpska, city Banja Luka

12 - IMPORTANT NOTE: In the event that the State, from which awarded is, under international sanctions, the organizer is not liable if it can not deliver the prize!

13. Note: Sender must be author of caricatures!

14. Jury members:

Mrs. Maria Claudia Re, cartoonist, illustrator, designer - Argentina
Mr. Aleksandar Blatnik, painter, cartoonist - Serbia
Mr. Milenko Kosanovich, cartoonist - Serbia
Mr. Milenko Mihajlovich, painter, cartoonist - Serbia
Mr. Vladica Milenkovich, writer, Editor in Chief, Serbia
Mr. Miladin Berich, writer, Editor, Republika Srpska/BA
Mr. Goran Kljajich, writer, Chief Editor of “Nosorog”, Republika Srpska/BA

We wish you good art-work and successful participation to everyone.

International magazine for satire, cartoon and caricature “Nosorog” (“Rhinocervs”)

City Banja Luka
Republika Srpska
Balkan, Europe

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