The Philosopher’s Annual

The Philosophy Annual presents what it takes to be the best 10 papers published in philosophy in a year.  You can see the current list on Leiter’s blog.

We extend our congratulations to all, but notice that one paper in particular was exciting to see on the list since it was written by a frequent commentator here:

Rachael Briggs (Sydney), “Distorted Reflection”, Philosophical Review 118:1, 59-85


5 thoughts on “The Philosopher’s Annual

  1. Stoat, I second the congrats and agree with the somewhat disappointing.

    We should be really glad it’s not one of the “men only” things; that’s really good. But our goals need to be higher.

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