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2017-18 Essay Prize Winners

We’re very happy to announce our two prize winners of the 2017-18 essay prize. As always, the papers are being made available on the philsci archive.

Adam Koberinski (Western): Problems with the cosmological constant problem
David Wallace (Southern California): Why black hole information loss is paradoxical


CFP Essay Prize:

Call for Papers:

Prize competition for essays on

Run by the University of Geneva-University of Illinois at Chicago ‘Space and Time After Quantum Gravity’ project

The investigation of quantum gravity has been central to theoretical physics for at least two decades, but philosophy has only begun to systematically engage with this field in the past few years. The purpose of this competition is to promote new work in the field, and especially engage directly with philosophy and philosophers thus-far outside of quantum gravity.
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