Horban Awards 2019
Congratulations to Philosophy undergraduates, Alexander Chernets and Grace Stanyer who won first and second place in the Peter Horban Philosophy Undergraduate Award.
Congratulations to Alexander and Grace, and to all our other nominees this year. We are impressed by and proud of our remarkably talented undergraduate students.
First place: Alexander Chernets, “Kant and Berkeley.”
Second place: Grace Stanyer, “Defending Battered Women.”
2017: (winning both first and second place) Sam Mitchell, "Machan and the Hardliner’s Dilemma: Is Holding Mack’s Self-Ownership Proviso at Odds with Political Liberterianism?" and “Epistemic Policies Under Multiple Levels of Opacity.”
2016: (Two first-place prizes.) Kiana Bartz, “Proximate Causation in Criminal Law” and Robert Munro, “Nominalist Mathematics and the Second Philosophical Perspective.”
2015: Lindsay Grant, “Mind the Gap: Considering Jenann Ismael’s Compatibilism.”
2014: Rachel Taylor, "Colonial Problems for Pogge's and Wenar's Reforms to the Resource Privilege.”