THIRD EDITION

Winners

RESEARCH CATEGORY

Marta Bertolaso (Univesità Campus Bio-Medico di Roma)
Philosophy of Cancer – A Dynamic and Relational View.

Robert D. Enright and Richard P. Fitzgibbons
(University of Wisconsin Madison / Institute of Marital Healing)
Forgiveness Therapy: An Empirical Guide for Resolving Anger and Restoring Hope.

TEACHING CATEGORY

Bruno Dyck (University of Manitoba)

Innovations in Teaching and Introductory Course in Management.

Marta Bertolaso
Robert D. Enright
Richard P. Fitzgibbons
Bruno Dyck

Honorable Mentions

RESEARCH CATEGORY

Mary Hirschfeld (Villanova University)
Aquinas and the Market: Toward a Humane Economy.

Andrew Briggs y Roger Wagner (University of Oxford)
The Penultimate Curiosity: How Science Swims in the Slipstream of Ultimate Questions. 

Mary Hirschfeld
Andrew Briggs
Roger Wagner

Finalists

  • Francisco Rodríguez Valls
    Orígenes del hombre. La singularidad del ser humano (Origins of man. The singularity of the human being).
    Universidad de Sevilla (Sevilla, España)
  • Francisco Soler Gil
    El Universo a debate (The Universe under debate).
    Universidad de Sevilla (Sevilla, España)
  • Ana Villarroya Ballarín, María Casas Jericó y Jordi Puig i Baguer
    Naturaleza, Tecnología y Sociedad (Nature, Technology and Society).
    Universidad de Navarra (Pamplona, España)
  • Carolina Barriga Polo
    Escuela de psicologia UFT (School of Pshuchology UFT).
  • Universidad Finis Terrae (Santiago de Chile)
  • Carlos Beltramo Álvarez
    Apasionados por amar al mundo. Educación del carácter y emocional para las nuevas generaciones (Passionate about loving the world. Character and emotional education for new generations).
    Universidad de Navarra (Pamplona, España)
  • Pablo Campos Calvo-Sotelo
    Proyecto “Campus 0.0”: Humanismo, Arquitectura y Educación. Una experiencia de innovación docente cimentada en la sensibilidad  para con personas dotadas con “capacidades diferentes” (Campus 0.0″ Project: Humanism, Architecture and Education. An experience of teaching innovation based on sensitivity towards people with “different abilities”).
    Universidad CEU San Pablo (Madrid, España)
  • Juan Mercado
    Business for Good and “Imprenditori Sociali”.
    Pontificia Università della Santa Croce (Roma, Italia)
  • José Sanmartín Esplugues
    El personalismo fílmico en el Hollywood Clásico (The filmic personalism in Classic Hollywood)
    Universidad Católica de Valencia San Vicente Mártir (Valencia, España)
  • Luca Valera y Juan Carlos Castilla
    Global Changes. Ethics, Politics, and Environment in the Contemporary Technological World.
    Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (Santiago de Chile)

JURY

Miguel García-Baró, Javier Prades, Federico Lombardi, Daniel Sada, Rafael Vicuña, Paolo Benanti and Stefano Zamagni

The international jury of the 3rd edition of the Expanded Reason Awards met on July, 17, 2019 at the University Francisco de Vitoria. The jury was constituted by: 

Fr. Federico Lombardi, SJ
President of the Vatican Foundation 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).

Miguel García – Baró 
Professor of Philosophy at the Pontifical University Comillas (Madrid, Spain).

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).