It gives me great pleasure to announce the winner of the Rogers Prize for 2014. This Prize, which was established in 2011 in honour of the work of the founding editor of theBJHP, John Rogers, is awarded each year for the best paper published in the journal in the previous twelve months. The Prize of £1,000, jointly funded by the British Society for the History of Phil- osophy (BSHP) and the publisher of theBJHP, Taylor & Francis, is judged by a committee composed of the Editor and Associate Editors of the journal. The award for 2014 goes to Tim Jankowiak of Southern Utah University for his article‘Sensations as Representations in Kant’, published in 22.3. On behalf of the Management Committee of the BSHP, I am also delighted to announce the winner of the BSHP Graduate Student Essay Prize, worth £500, which is awarded every two years for the best essay by a postgraduate submitted to the Society. We had thirty-nine entries, and once again it was an exceptionally strongfield, with twelve of the essays being shortlisted. This year we have awarded the prize to Hsueh Qu of New York University for his essay‘Prescription, Description, and Hume’s Experimental Method’.