SIFA Young Scholar Prize
Since the Mid-term SIFA Conference held in Sassari in September 2015, SIFA has established the Young Scholar Prizes.
Up to five SIFA bursaries of 250 euros each are awarded to young scholars on the basis of the quality of the abstracts and their CVs during Mid-term and General SIFA Conferences.
Master and PhD students, and young scholars (max. 5 years from PhD award) not permanently affiliated to higher education institutions are eligible for the prize.
XIV Conference SIFA, Noto, 22-24 September 2021:
XIII SIFA Conference, Novara, 4-7 September 2018:
- Giulio Fornaroli (Moral and political philosophy), “Reasonable Consensus, Interpretive Disagreement and Legitimacy“
- Lisa Giombini (Aesthetics), “The Sound of Authenticity. Musical Plagiarism and the ‘Hatto scandal’“
- Anna Giustina (Epistemology and philosophy of mind), “Knowledge by Acquaintance is a sui generis Kind of Knowledge“
- Luca Zanetti (Metaphysics), “‘Just Is’ isn’t Just ‘Is’“
- Matteo Zicchetti (Logic and Philosophy of Science), “Truth, Trustworthiness and Reflection
Mid-Term Conference, Genova, 1-2 December 2017:┬á
- Ji Yong Lee, “Feminist Commitments for a Contemporary Autonomy Theory“
XII SIFA Conference, Pistoia, 5-7┬á September 2016:
- Margherita Arcangeli (Theoretical philosophy), “The Two Faces of Mental Imagery”
- Federica Liveriero (Moral and political philosophy), “What Are the Democratic Bases of Equality? Epistemic Parity and Political Disagreement“
Mid-Term Conference, Sassari, 24-26 September 2015:
- Richmond Kwesi, “Metaphor: Persuasion and Truth“
- Robbie Kubala, “The Self-Effacement of Ethical Theory“
- Thomas Raleigh, “Being Persuaded by Evidence about a ‘SafeSpot’ Proposition“
- Pietro Salis, “On Bave’s Arguments Against the Prosentential Theory of Truth“