Many congratulations to Dr Bronwyn Finnigan, who has been once again shortlisted for the 2019 Annette Baier prize! Bronwyn was shortlisted for the same award last year.
This year she has been shortlisted for her chapter 'Is Consciousness Reflexively Self-Aware? A Buddhist Analysis' in Ratio (31: 389-401). The final draft of the article appeared in the Ratio Special Issue: Cross-Cultural Approaches to Mind and Language, in December 2018.
You can find a copy of her article here: https://sites.google.com/site/bronwynfinnigan/publications
This award is in honour of Annette Claire Baier was a New Zealand philosopher and Hume scholar, focused in particular on Hume's moral psychology.
The Australasian Association of Philosophy offers an annual monetary prize for an outstanding philosophical paper or book chapter published by an Australasian woman during the previous calendar year.
The prize is awarded during the Presidential Address at annual conference each July.