World Prizes in Philosophy: The Kyoto Prize in Arts and Philosophy

Kyoto Prize Medal, Inamori Foundation, Kyoto, Japan

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In this fourth feature of our #Prizes in Philosophy series, we take a brief look at the eminent Kyoto Prize in Arts and Philosophy — a USD 530 000 (EUR 413 000 or 50 million yen) prize granted to a living person who has made “outstanding contributions to the progress of science, the advancement of civilization, and the enrichment and elevation of the human spirit”. The prize is divided by four fields awarded in alternating cycles, that include (i) music, (ii) arts (painting, sculpture, craft, architecture, design), (iii) theater and cinema, and (iv) thought and ethics.

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