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Prizes

The Henry Wilde Prize in Philosophy

The Henry Wilde Prize in Philosophy may be awarded in each year for an outstanding performance in Philosophy in any of the Final Honour Schools involving Philosophy.

2012 - Benjamin Zelenka Martin and Olinga Tahzib
2011 - Iain Atkinson and Peter Browne
2010 - Thomas Coates and Joe Sturge
2009 - Scott Liddle
2008 - Jack Farchy

For the full list of prize-winners see here.

The Gilbert Ryle Prize

The Gilbert Ryle Prize, inaugurated in 2008, is awarded every year to the student with the best overall performance, at distinction level, in the BPhil in Philosophy Examinations.

2014 - Beau Mount
2013 - Neil Dewar
2012 - Harvey Lederman
2011 - Bernhard Salow
2010 - Benjamin Eidelson
2009 - Andrew Bacon
2008 - James Studd

The Elizabeth Anscombe Thesis Prize

The Elizabeth Anscombe Thesis Prize may be awarded each year for the best Final Honour School Philosophy thesis across all Final Honour Schools involving Philosophy. No special application is required.

2012 - Jacob Williamson
2011 - Alexander Bown
2010 - Daniel Waxman
2009 - Scott Liddle
2008 - Thomas Donaldson

For the full list of prize-winners see here.

The John Duns Scotus Prize in Medieval Philosophy

The John Duns Scotus Prize in Medieval Philosophy may be awarded each year, if there is a candidate of sufficient merit, by the examiners of the Medieval Philosophy paper in any of the Final Honour Schools involving Philosophy. No special application is required.

2012 - Maximus Marenbon and Katherine Moe
2011 - No winner
2010 - No winner
2009 - Samuel Donaldson and Victoria Lee
2008 - Peter Clapp and Alexander Norman

For the full list of prize-winners see here.

John Locke Prize in Mental Philosophy

Arrangements for the John Locke Prize are currently under review, and no examination for the Prize has taken place since 2008.

For the full list of winners see here.

Gibbs Prizes in Philosophy

Gibbs Prizes in Philosophy are awarded for outstanding performance in the Philosophy papers in each of the joint Honour Schools involving Philosophy.

Conington Prizes 2012-14

Conington Prizes are offered for a dissertation on a subject chosen by the writer and approved as appropriate by the Board of the Faculty of Philosophy or the Board of the Faculty of Classics.

For information see here.

 

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