Dr Adam Tebble is a Reader in Political Theory. Prior to joining King’s in 2011, Dr Adam Tebble taught at the School of Public Policy, UCL. In the United States he has taught at Brown University, where he was a Post-doctoral Research Fellow (2004-2006), then Lecturer (2006-2007) at the Department of Political Science.
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Dr Tebble’s research interests include contemporary political theory, with a specialisation in classical liberalism, social justice, and the politics of culture and identity. He is the author of Epistemic Liberalism: a defence (Routledge, 2016) and F A Hayek (Bloomsbury, 2013). Dr Tebble has published in the journals Social Philosophy and Policy, Economics and Philosophy, Political Theory, The European Journal of Political Theory, Political Studies and the Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy.
Dr Tebble welcomes doctoral research proposals in political theory/philosophy only, with a specific interest in the following areas:
- Classical liberal and libertarian political theory
- Markets and social justice
- Culture, identity and justice
- Gender, sexuality and politics
- On the Circumstances of Justice, European Journal of Political Theory, 19:1 (2020), 3-25
- More Open Borders for Those Left Behind, Ethnicities, 2019, on-line first
- More Open Borders and Deep Structural Transformation, Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy, 2019, on-line first
- Liberty against Progress, Social Philosophy and Policy, 34:2 (2017), 237-258
- Epistemic liberalism: a defence, London, Routledge Press (2016)
- F. A. Hayek (expanded edition), London, Bloomsbury Academic Publishing (2013)
- Homosexuality and Publicness: towards a political theory of the taboo, Political Studies, 59:4 (2011), 921–939
- Hayek and Social Justice: a critique, Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy, 12:4 (2009), 581-604
- Exclusion for Democracy, Political Theory, 34:4 (2006), 463-487
- Does Inclusion Require Democracy?, Political Studies, 51:1 (2003), 197-214
- What is the Politics of Difference?, Political Theory, 30:2 (2002), 259-281
- Wilt Chamberlain versus Robert Nozick on Rectification, Economics and Philosophy, 17:1 (2001), 89-108
- 'Friedrich Hayek: prophet of cryptocurrency?', Centre for the Study of Governance and Society, 2021.
- 'The Great Debates', KCL School of Politics and Economics Great Debates series, 2021 - coming soon
- 'Epistemic liberalism and open borders', Centre for the Study of Governance and Society, 2019.
- 'A new philosophical case for open borders: in conversation with Adam Tebble', Centre for the Study of Governance and Society, 2018.
- 'The Rise of the New Right', The Oxford Forum, 2017.
- 'Liberty and equality in an age of diversity', Institute for Humane Studies, 2017.
- 'Understanding the euro crisis: lessons for future policy makers', Institute of Economic Affairs, 2012.