We are delighted to announce that Bartosz Wesół (University of Warsaw) has been awarded the 2023 Oxford University Prize for Central Eastern European Perspectives on Science, Theology and Philosophy, for his paper "Quantum Meta-physics: Nonlocality and Limits of Determinism”.
Second-place prizes were awarded to:
- Tatiana Barkovskiy (University of Warsaw) for her paper "'Even if you are fathers, you are also mothers': The Logic of God’s Gender in Medieval Christian Mysticism";
- Jan Defranceski (University of Zagreb), for his paper "On the Second-Person Perspective in Schopenhauer's Moral Philosophy"; and
- Michał Wagner (Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University), for his paper "Between Darwin and Religion. Conflict about the future of Poland among Polish philosophers and biologists at the turn of 19th century."