MOVING TO FRONT FROM OCT. 27--SEE UPDATE
They aren't announced yet on-line, but Luc Bovens, Head of Department at LSE, writes about two colleagues who are among the winners:
Anna Mahtani (London School of Economics) has been awarded a Philip Leverhulme Prize. Her project is entitled “Subjective Probability and Intensional Contexts”.
Jonathan Birch (London School of Economics) has been awarded a Philip Leverhulme Prize. His project is entitled “Kinship, Morality and the Emotions: The Evolution of Human Social Psychology”.
The following link explains the prize.
UPDATE: The full list of 2014 winners is out; other philosophers getting Prizes are Tim Button (Cambridge) and Ofra Magidor (Oxford).