Stephen Dumont (Notre Dame) for "The Two Affections of Will From Anselm to Canterbury to John Duns Scotus";
Marilyn Fischer (Dayton); "Hull House Founder Jane Addams as an International Intellectual";
Jonathan Gilmore (Visiting Scholar, Columbia) for "Evaluating Emotional Responses to Works of Art and the Imagination";
Scott Jenkins (Kansas) for "Friedrich Nietzsche and the Problem of Pessimism";
John Morrison (Barnard/Columbia) for "Reconceiving Spinoza's God"
Mark Schroeder (Southern California) for "Challenges and Prospects for the Idea of 'Reasons First' in Epistemology"; and
Amie Thomasson (Miami) for "The Descent of Metaphysics."