[SydPhil] AAP Annette Baier Prize 2021 - Shortlist

Aap Admin admin at aap.org.au
Tue Jun 29 15:21:06 AEST 2021

In recognition of the impact of the work of Annette Baier, the AAP offers
an annual monetary prize for an outstanding philosophical paper or book
chapter published by an Australasian woman during the previous calendar

The shortlist for 2021 is:

*Mellissa Merritt*, University of New South Wales, ‘Nature, corruption, and
freedom: Stoic ethics in Kant's Religion, European Journal of Philosophy’.
European Journal of Philosophy, 29: 3-24.
*Glenda Lucilia Satne*, University of Wollongong, ‘Practical knowledge and
shared agency: pluralizing the Anscombean view’. Inquiry.
*Jessica Whyte*, University of New South Wales, ‘Calculation and Conflict’.
South Atlantic Quarterly, 119 (1):31-51.

This year, we will be announcing recipients of both the 2020 and 2021
Annette Baier Prize. Winners will be announced by the AAP’s Patron, The
Honourable Pamela Tate, prior to the AAP 2021 Conference Presidential
Address. The 2020 shortlist was announced previously and published on our
web page. More information about the prize, including full shortlist
details for 2020 and 2021, can be found here:

Australasian Association of Philosophy
ABN 29 152 892 272
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