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The Centre for the Experimental-Philosophical Study of Discrimination - CEPDISC - is a centre of excellence devoted the experimental-philosophical study of discrimination. CEPDISC has been recommended for a six-year centre establishment grant by the Danish National Research Foundation. The centre is headed by Professor of Political Science Kasper Lippert-Rasmussen. The centre aims to:

  •  establishing a measurable definition of the concept
  •  explore the question of why people find discrimination morally objectionable
  •  find ways to prevent discrimination.

News

Book cover by Rowman & Littlefield Publishers / ECPR Press

2021.04.15 | Research news

NEW BOOK BY NILS HOLTUG

The book "National Identity and Social Cohesion" is edited in collaboration with Eric M. Uslaner, University of Maryland.

Cover page Cognition Volume 211, June 2021, 104623

2021.03.15 | Research news

NEW PUBLICATION FROM LOTTE THOMSEN IN COGNITION

The article, written by Prof. Lotte Thomsen in collaboration with Nikolai Haahjem Eftedal, University of Oslo, Norway and is entitled: "Motivated moral judgments about freedom of speech are constrained by a need to maintain consistency".

Photo Routledge

2020.12.22 | Research news

The Epistemology and Morality of Human Kinds

New book by Marion Godman

Events

Mon 26 Apr
14:00-15:30 | Online
Reparations for past injustices
Seminar by Marion Godman og Renaud-Philippe Garner
Mon 10 May
14:00-15:30 | TBA
On discrimination between possible (future) persons
CEPDISC seminar af Shlomi Segall
Mon 17 May
14:00-15:30 | TBA
Liberal Nationalism and Immigrants: Friends or Foes?
CEPDISC seminar by Esma Baycan Herzog
Mon 14 Jun
14:00-17:30 | CEPDISC
CEPDISC retreat
Half day retreat for CEPDISC-fellows
Tue 17 Aug
09:00-16:00 | Department of Political Science, Aarhus University, Denmark and online
Replication Crisis and Implicit bias: Where are we now and where do we go next?
International workshop organised by CEPDISC