Description: The IVR Prize for the Best Book on the Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy will be awarded at every World Congress of the International Association for the Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy (IVR) to the best book on Legal or Social Philosophy to have been published since the last World Congress.
Eligibility requirements: The subject matter of the IVR Best Book Prize winner must address a topic in legal or social philosophy, broadly construed. In order to be awarded the prize, recipients must be willing to attend the World Congress at which the Prize is to be awarded. Eligible books must have been published since the year of the last World Congress (in this case all books published in 2019 and afterwards.)
Procedure for nomination: A book may be nominated to the Prize Committee by any person. However, to be considered for the award, the nominator, author, or publisher must send either an electronic or hard copy of the book directly to the chair of the IVR Book Prize Committee. Books must be received by May 31, 2022. Hard copies of books nominated will not be returned.
Send Nominations to the Book Award Nomination Committee:
Prof. Mortimer Sellers (email@example.com)
615 County Line Road
Radnor, Pennsylvania 19087