2018 Graduate Essay Prize – winner and runner-up

After a rigorous process of blind peer review of over 50 entrants, the BSHP has selected a winner and runner-up for its 2018 Graduate Essay Prize.

The winner is Hannah Laurens of the University of St. Andrews for her essay “Aristotle’s Posterior Analytics II.19”.

The runner-up is Carlos Zorilla of Emory University for his essay “Transumption in Nicholas of Cusa's decentred cosmology”.

Thank you to all entrants and reviewers for their involvement in this year’s prize competition. The BSHP Graduate Essay Prize runs annually, and the 2019 competition will open in November 2019. Please see https://www.bshp.org.uk/funding/gradprize for details.

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