The Center for Values and Social Policy serves as a non-partisan, campus-wide resource for supporting research, teaching, and public outreach about normative issues that are closely connected to matters of social policy. This includes work in applied normative philosophy, broadly construed to include work in applied moral, social, political and legal philosophy as well as related philosophical work that takes place at a more theoretical level. It also includes related work that is carried out in other disciplines, such as law, political science, economics and sociology, when that work has a strongly normative component and a clear connection to matters of social policy. For more information, contact the Director of the Center, Alastair Norcross, or the Associate Director, Iskra Fileva.

The Center for Values and Social Policy is connected to the Department of Philosophy at the University of Colorado Boulder. Visit our main site here.