Vote for one of the nominees for the 3QD Philosophy Prize 2014

Browse the nominees in the list below and then go to the bottom of the post to vote.

Alphabetical list of nominated blog names followed by the blog post title:

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  1. 3 Quarks Daily: Do our moral beliefs need to be consistent?
  2. 3 Quarks Daily: Is applied ethics applicable enough? Acting and hedging under moral uncertainty
  3. 3 Quarks Daily: Locating Value in the Natural World
  4. 3 Quarks Daily: Nazis, Lies and Videotape
  5. 3 Quarks Daily: The Sense of Self: A Conversation
  6. A Bag of Raisins: An Excerpt from Plato's “Philosopher”
  7. Absolute Irony: Nāgārjuna, Nietzsche, and Rorty’s Strange Looping Trick
  8. Angela Roothaan: (Auto)biography and Derrida II (finished reading)
  9. A Philosopher's Take: Moral Resposibility and Volunteer Soldiers
  10. A Wondering Jew: The Sound of Silence
  11. Elisa Freschi: Veṅkaṭanātha’s contribution to Viśiṣṭādvaita Vedānta
  12. Flickers of Freedom: The Case for Libertarian Compatibilism
  13. Huffington Post: Muslims: WWJD (What Would Jefferson Do?)
  14. IJFAB: Constraints on Medical Autonomy for Pregnant Women
  15. Imperfect Cognitions: Epistemic Injustice and Illness
  16. Imperfect Cognitions: Sadder but Wiser? Interview with Jennifer Radden
  17. Imperfect Cognitions: The Representation of Agents in Auditory Verbal Hallucinations
  18. Indian Philosophy Blog: On the possibility and nature of neurophilosophical study of Indic traditions
  19. In medias PHIL: The Evils of OSO
  20. In-Sight: Rick G. Rosner
  21. Justin E. H. Smith: The Rio Linda Deep-Freeze
  22. New APPS: Art, Politics, Philosophy, Science: Does taking pictures sully our memories?
  23. New APPS: Art, Politics, Philosophy, Science: Mechanism, Salience, and Belief Change
  24. New York Times, Opinionator: The Dangers of Certainty: A Lesson From Auschwitz
  25. Philosophy@Birmingham: Perfect Me Again!
  26. Philosophy, et cetera: Rationality and the Rooted Amnesiac
  27. Practical Ethics: Female genital mutilation (FGM) and male circumcision: should there be a separate ethical discourse?
  28. Practical Ethics: Happiness, meaning and well-being
  29. Practical Ethics: Is Home Birth Really As Safe As Hospital Birth?
  30. Practical Ethics: Iterated in vitro reproduction and genetic orphans
  31. Practical Ethics: Political speech crime
  32. Practical Ethics: Prisoner disenfranchisement: the supposed justifications
  33. Practical Ethics: Terminal Illness and The Right Not to Know
  34. Practical Ethics: The Texas flautist and the fetus
  35. Practical Ethics: Two Tales of Marshmallows and their Implications for Free Will
  36. Practical Ethics: Why I Am Not a Utilitarian
  37. Proof I Never Want To Be President (Of Anything): Work Friends
  38. Psychiatric Ethics: Anosognosia and Epistemic Innocence: Lisa Bortolotti
  39. Rust Belt Philosophy: Variant Analysis: Optimized Punishments
  40. The Epicurean Dealmaker: Venn Diagram
  41. The Philosopher's Beard: The Case for Ethical Warning Labels on Animal Products
  42. The Philosopher's Stone: Three Cheers for Jeremy Bentham
  43. Think Tonk: Introducing (and solving?) a puzzle about rationality
  44. Towkow: The Computational Theory of the Laws of Nature
  45. TruthOut: The Despotic Chimpanzee and the Ultra-Rich
  46. TruthOut: The Evaporation of Democracy
  47. Vihvelin: How Not to Think About Free Will
  48. Warp, Weft, and Way: Interpreting an Alien Philosophy: What Works for Me
  49. Welcome God: The Horror, Terror and Society

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Voting ends on November 25th at 11:59 pm NYC time.

Results of the voting round (the top twenty most-voted-for posts) will be posted on the main page on November 26th. The finalists will be announced on December 1st and winners of the contest will be announced on December 22nd, 2014.

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