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Graduate student Trevor Hedberg is the winner of the first annual Richard Aquila Essay Prize

Congratulations to graduate student Trevor Hedberg.  Trevor is the winner of the first annual Richard Aquila Essay Prize for his paper entitled "Epistemic Supererogation and Its Implications". The Aquila Prize is open to all UT-Knoxville philosophy graduate students.

Runner-up honors are shared by Albert Hu for his paper "Frankfurt's Strategy" and Marlin Sommers for his paper "The Digression in Plato's Theaetetus". Congratulations to Trevor, Albert, and Marlin, and thanks more generally to everyone who submitted a paper, there were many entries well worthy of recognition.          

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