The Philosophical Quarterly Essay Prize: Winning Articles
Since 1995, the editors of The Philosophical Quarterly have awarded an essay prize to the best paper on a chosen theme. Browse the full list of previous prize winners in this free Virtual Issue. Click the links below to start reading!
The Essential Indexicality of Intentional Action
Matthew Babb (2015)
Analysing Animality: A Critical Approach
Jason Wyckoff (2014)
The Identity of a Material Thing and its Matter
Mahrad Almotahari (2013)
Tzachi Zamir (2012)
Refuting The Whole System? Hume's Attack on Popular Religion in The Natural History of Religion
Jennifer Smalligan Marušić (2011)
Love as a Reactive Emotion
Kate Abramson and Adam Leite (2010)
Autonomy and Plurality
Larry Krasnoff (2009)
Maria E. Kronfeldner (2008)
A New Defence of Anselmian Theism
Yujin Nagasawa (2007)
The Regress of Pure Powers?
Alexander Bird (2006)
A New Argument for Evidentialism
Nishi Shah (2005)
Poverty and Rights
James W. Nickel (2004)
The Attractions and Delights of Goodness
Jyl Gentzler (2003)
Future Contingents and Relative Truth
John MacFarlane (2002)
Reid and Epistemic Naturalism
Patrick Rysiew (2001)
Is ‘Normal Grief’ a Mental Disorder?
Stephen Wilkinson (1999)
The Limits of Human Nature
Keith Horton (1998)
Emergence: Non‐Deducibility or Downwards Causation?
Jürgen Schröder (1997)
Art Media and the Sense Modalities: Tactile Pictures
Dominic Lopes (1996)
An Unconnected Heap of Duties?
David McNaughton (1995)