James Nguyen has been awarded this year’s Popper Prize for his paper “On the Pragmatic Equivalence between Representing Data and Phenomena”.
The Popper Prize is awarded biennially for distinguished achievement in graduate work in an area of philosophy to which Karl Popper made significant contributions. All current postgraduate research students in the Department are eligible for the award.
We’re pleased pleased to announce that James Nguyen has been awarded the 2016 prize for his paper “On the Pragmatic Equivalence between Representing Data and Phenomena” (Philosophy of Science 83(2), pp. 171-191).