Congratulations to the Undergraduate Essay Contests winners
Congratulations to the winners of the Philosophy Department's recent undergraduate essay contests!
John F. Grant, MD Essay Contest:
- 1st Place: David Masolak, “Informed Consent Among Ethnic Minorities”
- 2nd Place: Elizabeth Modde, “Stuck in a Debate on the Ethics of Mandating Quarantine”
Philosophy Department Undergraduate Essay Contest:
- 1st Place: Anna Ulyanenkova, “The Value of Bio-Parenting: Homosexuals’ Right to State-Mandated Infertility Services”
- 2nd Place: Steven Yandell, “How to Know (Whether Knowledge-as-Ability is Plausible)”
Thank you very much to everyone who participated.
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