...who among living philosophers should get it? I've included about fifty living philosophers over the age of 60 who might have some shot at making the "top ten" here (I've omitted lots of accomplished philosophers and scholars obviously). So a propos the new Berggruen Prize, let's see what philosophers think.
ADDENDUM: Just to be clear, think of this as a prize for philosophical excellence, however you understand that. There are no further constraints, as there appear to have been with the Berggruen (e.g., relevance to public life).
ANOTHER: Two readers have already pointed out one error of omission, Gilbert Harman. Unfortunately, once the poll starts, I can't add names.
ALAS: Two more omissions: Harry Frankfurt, Judith Jarvis Thomson (sigh). Would any of these folks made the top ten? Hard to say.