New Crop Prize winners 2016

This year’s New Crop Prize winners were

  1. Taylor Madign, “Expected Utility Theory and Evolution”
  2. Ryan Ravanpak, “The Limits of Frankfurt Style Counterexamples”
  3. Matthew Lee, “Temporal Semantics for Counterfactuals”

Runners-up were Joseph Martinez (“Compatibilism and Manipulation”) and Bryan Knittle (“Towards a Phenomenology of Stoic Philosophy”).

The entries were judged by Professor Ernest Sosa from Rutgers University, who also ran a special seminar for our undergraduate majors. Thanks to Professor Sosa and to the donors who made this prize possible.

May 16, 2016