GLEDHILL James, PhD

  • Position :
  • Adjunct Professor

  • Department :
  • International Affairs
  • E-mail :
  • James.Gledhill@vub.ac.be
  • Office hours :
  • Thursdays, 12:00-13:00
  • Nationality :
  • British
  • Languages :
  • English
  • Education :
  • PhD in Government, London School of Economics (2010)

     

    MSc in Political Theory, London School of Economics (2004)

     

    BA in Philosophy, Politics and Economics, University of Oxford (2003)

  • Teaching :
  • Adjunct Professor, Vesalius College, 2019-

    • Social (In-)equality, Human Rights and Global Justice

     

    Lecturer in Social and Political Philosophy, University of Amsterdam, 2016-2018

     

    Assistant Professor in Political Theory, University of Hong Kong, 2013-2015

     

    Fellow in Political Theory, London School of Economics, 2009-2012

  • Research area(s) :
    • Political philosophy
    • Critical theory
    • Moral philosophy
    • Social philosophy
  • Selected Publications :
  • Peer-reviewed journal articles

     

    1. The Ideal and Reality of Epistemic Proceduralism, Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy 20(4): 486-507.

     

    1. Kantian Republicanism and the Internal Relation Between Justice and Legitimacy, Philosophy and Public Issues 5(2): 101-134.

     

    1. In Defense of Transcendental Institutionalism, Philosophy & Social Criticism 40(7): 665-82.

     

    1. The Basic Structure of the Institutional Imagination, Journal of Social Philosophy 45(2): 270-90.

     

    1. Constructivism and Reflexive Constitution-making Practices, Raisons Politiques (special issue on ‘Global Justice and Practice-Dependence’) 51(3): 63-80.

     

    1. Rawls and Realism, Social Theory and Practice 38(1): 55-82.

     

    Book chapters

     

    1. E Pluribus Unum: Justification and Redemption in Rawls, Cohen, and Habermas, in Tom Bailey and Valentina Gentile (eds.) Rawls and Religion. New York: Columbia University Press, pp. 195-220.

     

    1. Procedure in Substance and Substance in Procedure: Reframing the Rawls-Habermas Debate, in James Gordon Finlayson and Fabian Freyenhagen (eds.) Habermas and Rawls: Disputing the Political. New York: Routledge, pp. 181-199.

     

    Handbook entries

     

    1. Entries on ‘Practical Reason’ and ‘John Rawls’, in Amy Allen and Eduardo Mendieta (eds.) The Cambridge Habermas Lexicon. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 332-335, 656-662.

     

    Book reviews

     

    1. Review of The Political is Political, by Lorna Finlayson. European Journal of Philosophy, 24(4): 970-975.

     

    2014. Review of Philosophical Perspectives on Democracy in the 21st Century, Ann E. Cudd and Sally J. Scholz (eds.). Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews, 20 October, http://ndpr.nd.edu/news/53230-philosophical-perspectives-on-democracy-in-the-21st-century/