Reidar Kiljan Maliks

Professor - Philosophy
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Background

Ph.D., Columbia University, 2008.

Reidar Maliks specializes in political philosophy and the history of political thought. Much of his work has been on, or inspired by, Immanuel Kant.

Prior to coming to the University of Oslo in 2011, Reidar Maliks was a Preceptor at Columbia (2005-6 and 2007-8), a Lecturer at Harvard (2008-9), and a Junior Research Fellow at Oriel College, Oxford (2009-11). At Oxford, he organized a lecture series called Transformations of the State; podcasts are available here.

Reidar has extensive experience teaching the history of philosophy – both ancient and modern – and has twice been awarded the Derek Bok Certificate of Distinction in Teaching at Harvard University. 

He is the principal investigator of the project Kantian Foundations of Democracy, sponsored by a FRIPRO grant of The Research Council of Norway, during 2021-2024.

Kant and the French Revolution will be published by Cambridge University Press in the fall of 2021.

Reidar is married to Véronique Pouillard, who does interesting work in economic history.

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Books

Kant's Politics in Context, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014. Paperback, 2017.

Reviews 

Ethics Jonathan Peterson, British Journal for the History of Philosophy Georg Cavallar, Intellectual History Review Eva Piirimäe, LSE Review of Books Joshua Jowitt, Philosophy Now Matt Qvotrup, History of European Ideas Ben Holland, The Los Angeles Review of Books Michael Wayne, Kantian Review Jeppe von Platz, European Journal of Political Theory Sofie Møller, Contemporary Political Theory Mehmet Ruhi Demiray, The Philosophical Quarterly Alice Pinheiro Walla, International Philosophical Quarterly Lydia L. Moland, Political Studies Review Aref Ebadi, History of Political Thought Antonino Falduto, Jurisprudence Thomas Mertens, 読書日記7冊目 Ima-inat, The European Legacy Jeremiah Alberg, German Studies Review Adrian Switzer, Philosophy Editors/The Royal Institute of Philosophy, Con-Textos Kantianos, Nuria Sánchez Madrid, The English Historical Review, Laura Anna Macor

 

Moral and Political Conceptions of Human Rights: Implications for Theory and Practice, edited by Reidar Maliks and Johan Karlsson Schaffer, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2017 (paperback, 2018).

Review: Journal on European History of Law Elena V. Shabliy

 

Kantian Theory and Human Rights, New York: Routledge, 2014. Co-edited with Andreas Føllesdal.

Online papers at Academia.edu

Tags: Philosophy

Publications

  • Maliks, Reidar (2021). Echoes of Revolution: Hegel's Debt To The German Burkeans. In Clarke, James A. & Gottlieb, Gabriel (Ed.), Practical Philosophy from Kant to Hegel: Freedom, Right, and Revolution. Cambridge University Press. ISSN 9781108647441. p. 213–228. doi: https%3A/doi.org/10.1017/9781108647441.013.
  • Maliks, Reidar (2018). Two theories of resistance in the German Enlightenment. History of European Ideas. ISSN 0191-6599. 44(4), p. 449–460. doi: 10.1080/01916599.2018.1473959.
  • Karlsson Schaffer, Johan & Maliks, Reidar (2017). Introduction: Expanding the debate on moral and political approaches to the philosophy of human rights. In Karlsson Schaffer, Johan & Maliks, Reidar (Ed.), Moral and Political Conceptions of Human Rights: Implications for Theory and Practice. Cambridge University Press. ISSN 9781107153974. p. 1–12. doi: 10.1017/9781316650134.002.
  • Maliks, Reidar (2014). Kantian Courts: On the Legitimacy of International Human Rights Courts. In Føllesdal, Andreas & Maliks, Reidar (Ed.), Kantian Theory and Human Rights. Routledge. ISSN 978-0-415-85769-7. p. 153–174.
  • Føllesdal, Andreas & Maliks, Reidar (2014). Kantian Theory and Human Rights. In Føllesdal, Andreas & Maliks, Reidar (Ed.), Kantian Theory and Human Rights. Routledge. ISSN 978-0-415-85769-7. p. 1–7.
  • Maliks, Reidar (2013). Kant and the Debate over Theory and Practice. In La Rocca et al, Claudio (Eds.), Kant und die Philosophie in weltbürgerlicher Absicht. Walter de Gruyter (De Gruyter). ISSN 978-3-11-024649-0. doi: 10.1515/9783110246490.3629.
  • Maliks, Reidar (2013). The state of freedom: Kant and his conservative critics. In Skinner, Quentin & Van Gelderen, Martin (Ed.), Freedom and the Construction of Europe. Cambridge University Press. ISSN 9781107031845. p. 188–288. doi: 10.1017/cbo9781139519298.013.
  • Maliks, Reidar (2013). Kant, the State, and Revolution. Kantian Review. ISSN 1369-4154. 18(1), p. 29–47. doi: 10.1017/S1369415412000271.
  • Maliks, Reidar (2012). Revolutionary Epigones: Kant and his Radical Followers. History of Political Thought. ISSN 0143-781X. 33(4), p. 647–671.
  • Maliks, Reidar (2012). Hermeneutics and the history of political thought. In Kasten, Madeleine; Herman, Paul & Sneller, Rico (Ed.), Hermeneutics and the humanities: dialogues with Hans-Georg Gadamer. Leiden University Press. ISSN 9789087281540.
  • Maliks, Reidar (2011). 'Liberal Revolution: the cases of Jakob and Erhard'. Bulletin of the Hegel Society of Great Britain. ISSN 0263-5232. 63, p. 216–231. doi: 10.1017/s0263523200000239.

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  • Maliks, Reidar (2022). Kant and the French Revolution. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 9781108438735.
  • Karlsson Schaffer, Johan & Maliks, Reidar (2017). Moral and Political Conceptions of Human Rights: Implications for Theory and Practice. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 9781107153974. 314 p.
  • Maliks, Reidar (2014). Kant's Politics in Context. Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0199645152. 208 p.
  • Føllesdal, Andreas & Maliks, Reidar (2014). Kantian Theory and Human Rights. Routledge. ISBN 978-0-415-85769-7. 210 p.

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  • Maliks, Reidar Kiljan (2021). Generaliserende og ubelagte påstander om utenlandske akademikere. Khrono.no. ISSN 1894-8995.
  • Maliks, Reidar (2020). Kant and the Philosophical Foundation of Copyright.
  • Maliks, Reidar (2019). Introduction.
  • Maliks, Reidar (2019). Kant on Regicide and Transitional Justice.
  • Maliks, Reidar; Linnebo, Øystein & Strand, Arne (2017). Den viktige uenigheten. Klassekampen. ISSN 0805-3839.
  • Maliks, Reidar (2016). Review of Kant and Colonialism . by Katrin Flikschuh and Lea Ypi, 2014. New York: Oxford University Press. 256p. $74.00. Perspectives on Politics. ISSN 1537-5927. 14(3), p. 858–859. doi: 10.1017/S1537592716002152.
  • Maliks, Reidar (2016). Descriptive Representation for Disadvantaged Groups. In Mikalsen, Kjartan Koch; Skjei, Erling & Øfsti, Audun (Ed.), Modernity - Unity in Diversity? Essays in Honour of Helge Høibraaten. Novus Forlag. ISSN 978-82-7099-840-1. p. 281–288.
  • Maliks, Reidar (2013). Kant's Theory of Virtue: The Value of Autocracy. By Anne Margaret Baxley. (Cambridge UP, 2010. Pp. xvi + 189. The Philosophical Quarterly. ISSN 0031-8094. 63(252), p. 616–618. doi: 10.1111/1467-9213.12021.
  • Maliks, Reidar (2012). Book review of Pauline Kleingeld’s Kant and Cosmopolitanism: The Philosophical Ideal of World Citizenship. Metaphilosophy. ISSN 0026-1068. 43(5), p. 714–718.
  • Maliks, Reidar (2012). Kant and Cosmopolitanism: The Philosophical Ideal of World Citizenship. Metaphilosophy. ISSN 0026-1068. 43(5), p. 714–718. doi: 10.1111/j.1467-9973.2012.01769.x.
  • Maliks, Reidar (2011). ‘The End of the State: Kant and the limits of Authority’.
  • Maliks, Reidar (2011). 'Hermeneutics and the History of Political Thought'.
  • Maliks, Reidar (2011). 'Kant and Democracy'.
  • Maliks, Reidar (2011). 'Kant and citizenship'.
  • Maliks, Reidar (2011). 'Human rights as domination?'.

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