Welcome to CONCEPT
CONCEPT: The Nottingham Centre for Normative Political Theory was launched in 2010 to encourage and promote the school's research in normative political theory. This explores questions about how political arrangements ought to be, for example how a society's main institutions ought to be organised, what kinds of values and principles should be adopted, or how political choices should be made.
Nottingham has a large and active community of scholars working in this area, incorporating both staff and research students. Work ranges across areas such as property, justice in education, environmental ethics, the politics of recognition, utopian politics, democratic theory, and intergenerational justice. We particularly welcome applications from potential research students to work with us in any area of normative political thought.
- 11 May 2017 (17:00-18:30)
- C102 Law and Social Sciences
- Liam Shields (University of Manchester) will present to CONCEPT on 11 May on 'Fairness and University Admissions'.
- 07 June 2017 (16:00-17:30)
- Alex Serafimov will present to CONCEPT on 7 June on 'Change Society or Change Yourself? Cognitive Behavioural Therapy as Applied Stoicism'.
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- Applications are now being accepted for the Sir Francis Hill Scholarship offered by the University Graduate School (deadline 28 April 2017).
- 13 March 2017
- We are pleased to announce that all the materials from our conference on 'Fat Tails - Imposing and Redistributing Risks' are now available online.
- 10 March 2017
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