British Society for the History of Philosophy
Welcome to the home page of the British Society for the History of Philosophy. Founded in 1984 as a registered charity, the Society promotes all aspects of the study and teaching of the history of philosophy through conferences, publications (in particular, the BJHP) and other activities (such as our Graduate Student Essay Prize).
We have also included a list of other societies, resource groups and resources relating to the history of philosophy.
Please contact us if you have any questions, comments or ideas for possible events.
2013 Graduate Student Essay Prize Winner
The winner of this year's Graduate Student Essay Prize was Fatema Amije (University of Texas, USA), with an essay on 'Acquiantence, Attention, and Knowledge in Russell'. Tamer Nawar (Queens College, University of Cambridge, UK) was commended for an essay on 'Re-visting the Jury: Knowledge and True Belief at Theatetus 201a-c'.
2013 Rogers Prize Winner
The Rogers Prize in 2013 was awarded to Associate Professor Sukjae Lee, of Sole National University, Korea. The essay, 'Berkeley on the Activity of Spirit', is published in the British Journal for the History of Philosophy, volume 20, issue 3 (2012).
Renaissance Philosophy Workshop
Room 243, Senate House, University of London
10.30-5.00 Friday 14 June 2013
The event is free but please register in advance by writing to email@example.com by the 1st June.
Further information at renaissance-philosophy.blogspot.co.uk.