Coordinated by the section Moral and Political Philosophy the interdisciplinary Master's Programme in Political, Economic and Legal Philosophy (PELP) centres on the relation of normative theory and social practice. Social structures and problems – whether economic, political or legal - are interdependent and inescapably normative, both in their presuppositions and their implications.
The aim of the PELP program is to enable students to understand and investigate this interdependence and underlying normativity, in order to help them to deal appropriately with a wide range of political, legal, economic and social problems. Strong emphasis is laid on interdisciplinarity and the connection between theoretical and practical issues in science and philosophy.
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