Oxford University Prize Winners
We are delighted to announce that Daniel Kodaj (Department of Philosophy, Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary) has been awarded the 2019 Oxford University Prize for Eastern European Perspectives on Science, Theology and Humane Philosophy, for his paper 'The Metaphysical Poverty of Naturalism'.
Second-place prizes were awarded to Sera Schwarz (Berlin School of Mind and Brain, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany) for her paper 'In Defence of Not Being Able to do Otherwise: Freedom, Deliberation, and the Limits of Self-transformation', Marek Dobrzeniecki (The Pontifical Faculty of Theology in Warsaw, Collegium Janneum, Poland) for his paper 'The Hidden God and the Second Person Perspective' and Janko Nešić (independent researcher, Serbia) for his paper 'Pre-Reflective Self-Awareness and the Nature of the Self'
Dr Kodaj will deliver the winning paper at a special event to take place at Blackfriars Hall, University of Oxford on Thursday the 13th of June.
The prize was judged by Stephen Priest (University of Oxford), Raymond Tallis (University of Manchester), and Nicholas Waghorn (University of Oxford).