Graduate Essay Prize Winners

Graduate Essay Prize Winners

The Annual Graduate Student Essay Prize of £1000 has been awarded to Anna Ortín Nadal for her essay “Descartes on the Distinction between Primary and Secondary Qualities”. The runner-up was Joshua Eisenthal, for his essay "Simplicity and Multiplicity." Congratulations to Anna and Joshua for their achievement!

The BSHP Graduate Student Essay Prize of £1000 is awarded annually to the writer of an essay that makes a significant contribution to the history of philosophy. The competition is open to postgraduate students who are in full- or part-time education for at least six months in the year prior to the deadline for submission. Where the winning entry is deemed of sufficient quality and significance, it may also be considered for publication in the British Journal for the History of Philosophy. The winner is chosen by a subcommittee of the BSHP Management Committee, which may request opinion from external experts on the entries. The Prize winner is announced at the BSHP annual spring conference. For more information on the prize, please visit its webpage here

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