The American Philosophical Association’s Committee on Public Philosophy has announced the winners of the latest round of its Public Philosophy Op-Ed Contest, for op-eds written in 2014. The winners are:
- Mariana Alessandri (University of Texas Pan American / Rio Grande Valley), “Companions in Misery”, The Stone (The New York Times)
- Adam Hosein (Colorado), “Prosecuting on Torture Isn’t Politics, It’s Human Rights”, Boston Review
- Patrick Lin (Cal Poly), “The Robot Car of Tomorrow May Just Be Programmed to Hit You”, Wired
- Kate Manne (Cornell), “In Ferguson and Beyond, Punishing Humanity”, The Stone (The New York Times)
- Gordon Marino (St. Olaf), “A Life Beyond ‘Do What You Love’”, The Stone (The New York Times)
Nominations for op-eds written in 2015 are now open. Details here.