The voting round of our philosophy prize (details here) is over. Thanks to the nominators and the voters for participating.
So here they are, the top 20, in descending order from the most voted-for:
- Practical Ethics: Should we intervene in nature to help animals?
- Scientia Salon: Brontosaurus and the nature of philosophy
- Thinking Of Things: A False Sense of Insecurity
- The Philosopher's Beard: Children are special, but not particularly important
- Feminist Philosophers: On How We Talk About Passing
- Philosophical Percolations: Getting out of the philosophers’ rut
- Beauty Demands: Variations on a beauty theme: The uses of ‘normal’
- Imperfect Cognitions: Intellectual Humility: Interview with Duncan Pritchard
- Oxford University Press Blog: Does the meat industry harm animals?
- University of Birmingham: “Them and Us” no longer: mental health concerns us all
- What Is It Like To Be A Philosopher? Interview with Michael Ruse
- The Philosophers' Cocoon: Pink: The sweet spot of extended cognition
- Samuel C. Rickless: A History of Western Philosophy in 108 Limericks
- Sprachlogik: An Account of Necessity as an Attribute of Propositions
- Pacificklaus: Sardines, Death and Fear
- Quaeritur: Understanding Climate Change Denial through the Lens of Nietzsche
- The Forum: Are Delusions Bad for You?
- Jacob Archambault: On the future of research in the history of philosophy
- Orienteringsforsok: Slow corruption
- Vihvelin: Counterfactuals: The Short Course
The editors of 3 Quarks Daily will now pick the top six entries from these, and after possibly adding up to three “wildcard” entries, will send that list of finalists to John Collins for final judging. We will post the shortlist of finalists tomorrow.