Congratulations 2014 Philosopher’s Annual Winners

Each year, The Philosopher’s Annual faces the daunting task of selecting the 10 best articles in philosophy published that year. For 2014, they’ve chosen two articles from journals published by Wiley: Justin Clarke-Doane’s article “Moral Epistemology: The Mathematics Analogy,” published in Noûs, and Hannes Leitgeb’s article “A Lottery Paradox for Counterfactuals Without Agglomeration,” published in Philosophy and Phenomenological Research.

To celebrate the success, Wiley is granting free access to both of these articles until the end of October.

Congratulations to Justin Clarke-Doane, Hannes Leitgeb, and to all the 2014 award winners!

Congratulations 2012 Philosopher’s Annual winners!

"The Liberal Arts and their Spirits" by Nikolas Gysis
“The Liberal Arts and their Spirits” by Nikolas Gysis

Each year, The Philosopher’s Annual faces the daunting task of selecting the 10 best articles in philosophy published that year. For 2012, they’ve chosen three articles from journals published by Wiley: Davide Enoch, Levi Spectre, and Talia Fisher’s article “Statistical Evidence, Sensitivity, and the Legal Value of Knowledge”  published in Philosophy and Public Affairs; Sarah Moss’s article “On the Pragmatics of Counterfactuals” published in Noûs; and  Jennifer Nagel’s article “Intuitions and Experiments: A Defense of the Case Method in Epistemology” published in Philosophy and Phenomenological Research.

Congratulations to David Enoch, Levi Spectre, Talia Fisher, Sarah Moss, Jennifer Nagel and to all the 2012 award winners!

Congratulations 2011 Philosopher’s Annual winners!

“Apotheosis of Homer” by Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres (Louvre Museum)

Each year, The Philosopher’s Annual faces the daunting task of selecting the 10 best articles in philosophy published that year. For 2011, they’ve chosen two articles from Noûs: Helen Beebee for her article “Necessary Connections and the Problem of Induction” and David Liebesman’s article “Simple Generics

In recognition, the journal is making both articles freely available through December 31, 2012.

Congratulations to Helen Beebee and David Liebesman and to all the 2011 award winners!