Cardinal Mercier Prize for International Philosophy

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The Cardinal Mercier Prize for International Philosophy is a prize given to recognise the recipients contribution to International Philosophy. The prize is named after the eminent theologian Cardinal Désiré-Joseph Mercier and has been won by Archbishop Fulton Sheen in 1923,[1] John F. Wippel in 1981[2] and also Nicholas Rescher who received the award in 2005.

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