Centre for Philosophy and Political Economy (CPPE)


MainImageCPPEWhat is the relationship between Philosophy and Political Economy today?  Ever since October 2003, the CPPE has considered a variety of responses towards this guiding question.  These responses have been generated out of a collective and ongoing engagement with areas as diverse as cultural studies, feminism and science and technology studies, psychology and social theory, management and organisation studies, philosophy and political economy, and many other fields besides.  We encourage you to get in touch if you would like to pose our guiding question with us.  See below for more information about our activities, events and membership.

SforSeminar8 February 2017, 3.30-5.00pm, KEB SR 322> Nick Srnicek

Seminar: Platform Capitalism

SforSeminar1 February 2017, 3.30-5.00pm, KEB SR 324> Nic Beuret

Seminar: People are disappointing: The fantasy of the State and the end of the world

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CPPE Annual Research Symposium 2016

2016-5-CosmoCareFriday 13 May 2016 >

CPPE Care Workshop 3: Cosmologies of Care -- Caring in Technoscience Worlds

SforSeminar27 April 2016 > Philip Roscoe

Seminar: The stranger, the wager and the ethics of office

SforSeminar16 February 2016 > David Gindis

Seminar: Taming the Critics of the Giant Corporation, 1965-1985

BusinessCare20153 February 2016 >

CPPE Care Workshop 2: Alternatives: Organising and consuming care

SforSeminar20 January 2016 > Ole Bjerg and Rasmus Hougaard Nielsen

Seminar: Seignorage in Denmark and the UK: a Comparative Analysis

BusinessCare201510 December 2015 >

CPPE Care Workshop 1: The Post-Fordist Care Regime - The Business of Care

SforSeminar28 October 2015 > Niamh Stephenson

Seminar: Modelling spectres of catastrophe and security in public health governance

2015-Hanlon Book

21 October 2015 > Panel discussion of Gerard Hanlon's new book The Dark Side of Management. Event is free but you must email Stephen Dunne to book a place.


7 July 2015 > Philip Mirowski

Public Talk: The political doctrine of neo-liberalism

Mirowski Workshop6 & 7 July 2015 > Philip Mirowski

Two workshops with Mirowski on 'What is science critique?' and 'Experts in markets or experts in nature'


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