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Reading Ethics and Political Philosophy (REAPP)

REAPP brings together Reading's moral and political philosophers, primarily working in the Departments of Philosophy and Politics and International Relations. Sharing a commitment to the methods of analytical philosophy, REAPP's members work together under themes. REAPP acts as a hub for individual scholars to exchange ideas, develop projects, and organize conferences, events, and workshops.

Faculty Members and Co-Directors

Our co-directors are Dr Robert Jubb,  Associate Professor in the Department of Politics and International Relations, and Dr Charlotte Newey, a Lecturer in Philosophy.

Postgraduates

As well as faculty members, we actively encourage postgraduate students to get involved with REAPP. REAPP Postgraduates have their own regular reading group, and are able to organize events with REAPP's backing.

Themes

REAPP's members work across a range of issues in moral and political philosophy. However, we have particular overlapping interests in the following themes:

  • fairness
  • politics and violence
  • intergenerational justice
  • ethics and uncertainty

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