Tuesday, September 13, 2011

ANNOUNCEMENT: Winners of the 2010 Excellence in Philosophy of Religion Prize

The 2010 Excellence in Philosophy of Religion Prize attempts to
identify the three best papers, in English, published in 2010 in the
areas of philosophy of religion or philosophical theology. Out of
forty-four submissions, our selection panel has chosen the following
three winners:


W. Matthews Grant , “Can a Libertarian hold that Our Free Acts are
Caused by God?” Faith and Philosophy 27:1 (January 2010): 22-44.

David M. Holley , “Treating God’s Existence as an Explanatory
Hypothesis” American Philosophical Quarterly 47:4 (October 2010):
377-88.

Yujin Nagasawa, “The Ontological Argument and the Devil,”
Philosophical Quarterly 60 (October 2010): 72-91.

For more information on this award, including instructions for
submitting a paper for the 2011 prize, go to

http://www.stthomas.edu/philosophy/templeton/awards.html.

2 comments:

Monte said...

Nagasawa's paper - http://www.yujinnagasawa.com/resources/devil.pdf

Are the other 2 online?

exapologist said...

Hi Monte,

Thanks for pointing out the link to Nagasawa's paper.

I haven't looked around to check, but I'd be interested to learn whether they're available online.

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