Columbia College Prizes
Columbia College Prize Winners for 2022-2023:
The Jones Prize is awarded to Jonathan Tanaka for his essay: "Metasemantic Space, Given-Propositions, and the Metaphysical Foundations of Logic."
The Gutmann Prize is awarded to Jonathan Tanaka for his essay: "Magnitudinal Counterfactuals and Similarity Orderings."
ADAM LEROY JONES PRIZE:
Established by Mrs. Leroy Jones in memory of her husband who was Associate Professor of Philosophy and Director of University Admissions from 1909 until 1934, the prize may be awarded to a student in the College for the best essay on a topic in the Philosophy of Science, or in the Foundations of Logic.
JAMES GUTMANN PRIZE:
Established in 1987 in honor of James Gutmann, CC'18 and Professor of Philosophy, by his family and friends on the occasion of his 90th birthday. It may be awarded each year to a graduating Columbia College senior in Philosophy who plans to pursue graduate work in the field.
Winners are announced in May of each year.