FIFTH EDITION

Winners

RESEARCH CATEGORY

Carter Snead (University of Notre Dame / de Nicola Center for Ethics and Culture) 
What It Means to be Human: The Case for the Body in Public Bioethics. 

Jeffrey Bishop (Saint Louis University / Albert Gnaegi Center for Health Care Ethics), Andrew Michel (Vanderbilt University School of Medicine) and Therese Lysaught (Loyola University Chicago).

Biopolitics After Neuroscience: Morality and the Economy of Virtue.

Michael Dominic Taylor (Edith Stein Philosophy Institute / International Laudato Si´Institute)

The Foundations of Nature: Metaphysics of Gift for an Integral Ecological Ethic.

 

 

TEACHING CATEGORY

John Slattery, Curtis L. Baxter, Katharine Hinman and Jennifer J. Wiseman (American Association for the Advancement of Science)

Science for Seminaries Program.

Honorable Mentions

RESEARCH CATEGORY

Christopher Kaczor (Loyola Marymount University).

The Gospel of Happiness: How Secular Psychology Points to the Wisdom of Christian Practice.

Finalists

  • Antonio Barnés Vázquez

 Autores en busca del Autor (Authors in search of the Author). Universidad Complutense de Madrid.

  • Luz Marina Barreto Guerra

Rational Consensus and Deliberative Democracy in Complex Societies. Universidad Central de Venezuela. 

  •  Juan Carreño Pavez

La Filosofía Tomista ante el hecho de la evolución del viviente corpóreo: consideraciones metodológicas Y conceptuales para una integración. (Thomistic Philosophy in relation to the fact of the evolution of the corporeal living being: methodological and conceptual considerations for an integration). Universidad de los Andes.

  • Alberto Frigerio

Corpo e lógos nel processo identitario. Il caso serio del transgenderismo: bioetica alla prova. (Body and lógos in the identity process. The serious case of transgenderism: bioethics on trial).
Istituto Superiore di Scienze Religiose (ISSR)

  • Noël Hinvo

La sanación de las heridas interiores en la dinámica de los Ejercicios Espirituales de san Ignacio de Loyola. (The healing of inner wounds in the dynamics of the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola). Universidad Pontificia de Comillas.

  • Alessandro Mantini

Evangelizzare lo Spazio Cosmico…e Ritorno. Nuove frontiere, nuove sfide e nuova Razionalità per la Teologia Cattolica. (Evangelising Cosmic Space…and Back. New Frontiers, New Challenges and New Rationality for Catholic Theology). Pontifical University Antonianum.

  • Esperanza Marín Conde

Guía de valoración ética de intervenciones sobre el cuerpo humano ante la llegada de las tecnologías NBIC con fines de mejoramiento. (Guide to the ethical assessment of interventions on the human body in the light of the advent of NBIC technologies for enhancement purposes).
Universidad Católica de Valencia San Vicente Mártir.

  • Domènec Melé Carné

Valor Humano y cristiano del trabajo. Enseñanzas de S. Juan Pablo II. (Human and Christian value of work. Teachings of St. John Paul II). Universidad de Navarra.

  • Esequiel Rojas Torres

Ética en la tecnología educativa: una visión a la luz de textos filosóficos sobre la técnica. (Ethics in educational technology: a view in the light of philosophical texts on technology). Universidad Pedagógica Experimental Libertador. 

  •  Benjamín Suazo Zepeda.

La Naturaleza de la Psicología Clínica. (The Nature of Clinical Psychology). Universidad Finis Terrae.

JURY

The international jury of the 5rd edition of the Expanded Reason Awards met on July, 2, 2021, part online and some others at the Universidad Francisco de Vitoria. The jury was constituted by: 

D. Federico Lombardi

President of the Vatican Foundation Vaticana Joseph Ratzinger-Benedict XVI.

Daniel Sada
Rector of the University Francisco de Vitoria (Madrid, Spain).

Fr. Paolo Benanti, TOR
Professor of Moral Theology at the Pontifical Gregorian University (Rome, Italy). 

Stefano Zamagni
Professor of Political Economy at the University of Bologna (Bologna, Italy).

Rafael Vicuña
Professor of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology, Pontifical Catholic University of Chile (Santiago de Chile).

Fr. Javier Prades
Professor of Systematic Theology, University of San Dámaso (Madrid, Spain).

Marta Bertolaso

Professor of Philosophy of Science Faculty of Engineering & Institute of Philosophy of Scientific and Technological Practice, University Campus Bio-Medico of Rome.