Oxford Uehiro Prize in Practical Ethics Winning Essays
In this special two- part series for the Journal of Practical Ethics, we present the winning essays from the 2014-15 Oxford Uehiro Prize in Practical Ethics.
For the prize, graduate and undergraduate students enrolled at the University of Oxford were invited to submit a short essay on any topic in Practical Ethics, with two winners from each category giving a presentation of their essay to an open audience as the deciding round for first and second places in the competition.
In this issue we present the runners-up from each category, Dillon Bowen (Graduate), and Miles Unterreiner (Undergraduate). The essays have been revised in the light of reviewer comments.
The prize is an annual event, and we hope to continue this series in future issues.