Monday, December 22, 2014
The Winners of the 3QD Philosophy Prize 2014
Huw Price has picked the three winners from the nine finalists:
- Top Quark, $500: Grace Boey, Is applied ethics applicable enough? Acting and hedging under moral uncertainty
- Strange Quark, $200: Ryan Simonelli, Nāgārjuna, Nietzsche, and Rorty’s Strange Looping Trick
- Charm Quark, $100: Marcus Arvan, The Case for Libertarian Compatibilism
Here is what Professor Price had to say about them:
Congratulations also from 3QD to the winners (remember, you must claim the money within one month from today—just send me an email). And feel free, in fact we encourage you, to leave your acceptance speech as a comment here! And thanks to everyone who participated. Many thanks also, of course, to Huw Price for doing the final judging and for his liking of 3QD.
The three prize logos at the top of this post were designed by me, Carla Goller, and Sughra Raza. I hope the winners will display them with pride on their own blogs!
Details about the prize here.
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