Nominations for the 2023 Lebowitz prize are due on November 30, 2022.
A complete nomination will consist of the following, and can be uploaded into the form:
- Two 300 word abstracts: one for each speaker, which details the proposed topic and the approach that will be taken in the symposium.
- A complete CV for both proposed speakers.
- Two letters of recommendation. Ideally, the reference will have knowledge of both proposed speakers. Letters should address the stature of the candidates and the relevance of the selected topic.
2022 Cristina Lafont and Alex Guerrero: Democracy: What’s Wrong? What Should We Do?
2021 Ned Block and Ian Phillips: Perception, Consciousness and the Self
2020 Laurie Paul and Agnes Callard: Personal Transformation and Practical Reason
2019 Michael Bratman and Margaret Gilbert: What is it to Act Together?
2018 Kit Fine and Stephen Yablo: What is Meaning?
2017 Nancy Cartwright and Elliott Sober: Is There Such a Thing as The Scientific Method?
2016 Ernest Sosa and Stephen Stich: Intuition
2015 Alvin Goldman and Jennifer Lackey: Social Epistemology
2014 Jonathan Schaffer and Jessica Wilson: Grounding in Metaphysics
2013 Anita Silvers and Eva Kittay: Expanding Justice, Including Disability