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Valentina Gentile è Ricercatore alla LUISS Guido Carli. Dal 2016 al 2019 è stata Guest Professor all’ Università di Antwerp (Belgium). Nello stesso periodo è stata anche Adjunct Professor alla Luiss Guido Carli. In precedenza, è stata Post-doctoral Fellow alla LUISS Guido Carli, UCSIA Visiting Researcher presso Antwerp University (Belgium), Honorary Research Associate alla School of Government presso University College of London (UK) e Marie Curie Fellow presso University of Utrecht (Netherlands). E’ vicedirettore del CEGP (Center for Ethics and Global Politics) ed è stata vice-coordinatore del PhD in Politics: Theory, Science and History della LUISS Guido Carli dal 2016 al 2018. Ha insegnato nelle Università di Roma , Napoli, Bari, Milano e Antwerp. Ha conseguito l’abilitazione Nazionale di Seconda Fascia (Professore Associato) per il settore disciplinare SPS01 a Marzo 2017.

I suoi interessi di ricerca principali: teoria politica normativa, teoria liberale e in particolare il lavoro di John Rawls. La sua ricerca si incentra sul rapporto tra religione e politica, l’ideale normativo di stabilità, pluralismo e i principi di reciprocità, tolleranza, eguaglianza e giustizia sociale. E’ autrice di From Identity-Conflicts to Civil Society: Restoring Human Dignity and Pluralism in Deeply Divided Societies (LUP, 2013) e ha curato (con T. Bailey) il volume Rawls and Religion (Columbia University Press).

Le sue recenti pubblicazioni includono:

Libri:

Articoli in Rivista:

  • 2018: “Intellectuals’ Engagement in Italy: Sebastiano Maffettone and the Public Intellectual” in Notizie di Politeia, N. 132 – Anno 2018 .  
  • 2018: “Rawls’s inclusivism and the case of ‘religious militants for peace’: A reply to Weithman’s restrictive inclusivism”, in Philosphy and Public Issues (New Series); Vol. 8, No. 1 (2018): 13-33.
  • 2018: “From a Culture of Civility to Deliberative Reconciliation in Deeply Divided Societies” in Journal of Social Philosophy.
  • 2018: “Modus Vivendi, Practice-dependence and Political Legitimacy” in Biblioteca della libertà, LIII, 2018 maggio-agosto, n. 222.
  • 2017: “Clean Trade, Anti-paternalism and Resources’ Entitlement”, in Philosophy and Public Issues (New Series).
  • 2017: “Democratic Justice: The Priority of Politics and the Ideal of Citizenship”, in CRISPP-Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy.
  • 2017: “De politiek van ‘interreligieuze dialoog’ Religieuze rechtvaardigingen en ‘rechtvaardige’ verzoening, in Streven, 84(6): 505-516.
  • 2014: “Reconsidering contested secessions: unfeasibility and indeterminacy”, in Philosophy and Public Issues (New Series), Vol. 4, No. 1: 35-49.
  • 2013: ‘“Epistemic Injustice” and the “Right to not be Poor”: Bringing Recognition into the Debate on Global Justice’, Global Policy 4, no.4.

 

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Valentina Gentile is Assistant Professor in Political Philosophy at LUISS University.
From 2016 to 2019 she has been Guest Professor at Antwerp University, holding a Chair in “Interreligious Dialogue and the Ethics of Peace”. She specializes in normative political philosophy, liberal theory and, especially, the work of John Rawls. Her research focuses on moral stability, pluralism and the principles of reciprocity, toleration, equality and social justice.

My recent publications include:

Books:

Journal Articles:

  • 2018: “Intellectuals’ Engagement in Italy: Sebastiano Maffettone and the Public Intellectual” in Notizie di Politeia, N. 132 .
  • 2018: “Rawls’s inclusivism and the case of ‘religious militants for peace’: A reply to Weithman’s restrictive inclusivism” in Philosphy and Public Issues (New Series); Vol. 8, No. 1 (2018): 13-33.
  • 2018: “From a Culture of Civility to Deliberative Reconciliation in Deeply Divided Societies” in Journal of Social Philosophy. 
  • 2018: “Modus Vivendi, Practice-dependence and Political Legitimacy” in Biblioteca della libertà, LIII, 2018 maggio-agosto, n. 222.
  • 2017: “Clean Trade, Anti-paternalism and Resources’ Entitlement”, in Philosophy and Public Issues (New Series).
  • 2017: “Democratic Justice: The Priority of Politics and the Ideal of Citizenship”, in Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy.
  • 2017: “De politiek van ‘interreligieuze dialoog’ Religieuze rechtvaardigingen en ‘rechtvaardige’ verzoening, in Streven, 84(6): 505-516.
  • 2014: “Reconsidering contested secessions: unfeasibility and indeterminacy”, in Philosophy and Public Issues (New Series), Vol. 4, No. 1: 35-49.
  • 2013: ‘“Epistemic Injustice” and the “Right to not be Poor”: Bringing Recognition into the Debate on Global Justice’, Global Policy 4, no.4.

 

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