Congratulations to Yi-Cheng Lin, who has won this year’s Sidney Robinson Prize for his essay “Aristotle on the Connection between Capacity and Possibility”. The citation described the essay as showing “originality in developing novel arguments . . . and independence of thought in challenging the views of established scholars. The paper is professionally presented, easy to follow, and enjoyable to read.”
The Sidney Robinson Prize in Ancient Philosophy is awarded annually for the best paper written in the past academic year by a University of Toronto graduate student in Classics, Medieval Studies, or Philosophy, on any topic in ancient Greek or Roman philosophy (up to 529 AD). The prize comes with a cash award of $500.