Centre for Applied Philosophy, Politics and Ethics
The Centre for Applied Philosophy, Politics and Ethics (CAPPE)'s critical approaches in philosophy and politics extend the bounds of academic knowledge, while engaging with a range of partners in the public, charity, private and policy sectors.
Members of CAPPE offer a supportive environment for the successful publication of research across the spectrum of philosophy, politics and ethics.
CAPPE's work falls into four broad areas:
- Rethinking and critically engaging with the disciplines and practices of Philosophy and Politics with particular attention to the challenges of today;
- Understanding emerging forms of politics and the challenges they present to critique. The Centre has a long history of engagement with a range of social movements including populist, feminist, queer, climate change and anti-racist groups;
- Learning from and contributing to new theoretical debates in critical theory, philosophy and politics;
- Engaging with the local and global communities to foster interesting research, collegiality and mutual support.
No, this infrastructure does not provide funding.
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