This year’s New Crop Prize winners were
Edward Schwarz, “Belief Attribution”
Parisa Ali, “A phenomenology of the lay person in the Discourse of American Anti-Intellectualism”
Robert Aversa-Goodman, “Self Ownership and the Wilt Chamberlain example”
Runners-up were Patricio Munoz-Hernandez, “Why book ten belongs,” and Liam O’Connell, “Rule-following and skepticism about primitive normativity.”
The entries were judged by Professor Sally Haslanger from MIT, who also ran a special seminar for our undergraduate majors. Thanks to Professor Haslanger and to the generous donors who made this prize possible.
May 15, 2017