Get to know the winners of the 3rd edition of the Expanded Reason Awards

The jury of the 3rd Edition of the Expanded Reason Awards, taking into account the challenge of establishing a dialogue of particular sciences with philosophy and theology in line with the thought of Benedict XVI, has awarded the prize to the following university professors:



  • Innovations in Teaching and Introductory Course in Management – Bruno Dyck.
    University of Manitoba (Manitoba, Canada).


  • Philosophy of Cancer – A Dynamic and Relational View Marta Bertolaso.
    University Campus Bio-Medico of Rome (Rome, Italy).


  • Forgiveness Therapy: An Empirical Guide for Resolving Anger and Restoring HopeRobert D. Enright and Richard P. Fitzgibbons.
    University of Wisconsin Madison (Wisconsin, United States) and Institute for Marital Healing (Pennsylvania, United States). 


with HONORABLE MENTION in the Research Category

Aquinas and the Market: Toward a Humane EconomyMary Hirschfeld.
Villanova University (Pennsylvania, United States)

The Penultimate Curiosity: How Science Swims in the Slipstream of Ultimate Questions Andrews Briggs and Roger Wagner.

University of Oxford (Oxford, United Kingdom)

The Expanded Reason Awards Ceremony will take place on September 19, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. at the University Francisco de Vitoria (Madrid, Spain) as part of the celebration of the University’s 25th anniversary. The award ceremony is part of the 3rd edition of the International Expanded Reason Congress that seeks to deepen the dialogue among science, philosophy and theology within the current international university community.

The winners of the 3rd edition of the Awards, the members of the jury and the finalists, as well as anyone who wants to participate, will be invited to this Congress. Registration for the Expanded Reason Congress can be done at

These Awards, together with the recognition of researchers and teachers, aim to create an Expanded Reason Community that can be a meeting place for all those who wish to investigate according to Benedict XVI’s intuition of widening the horizons of reason. 



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