Jorge M. Valadez, PhD
Associate Professor of Philosophy
Head of the Philosophy Program

Education:
  • PhD, Philosophy - Yale University

  • MA, Philosophy - Yale University

  • BA, Philosophy - University of Texas at Austin

Contact Information:
Office:
Fine Arts Building, Room 206
Phone: 210-434-6711, ext. 2342
Email: jvaladez@ollusa.edu 


Publications:

“Immigration and Liberal Egalitarianism,” Philosophy Study

“Migration, Self-Determination, and Global Justice: Towards a Normative Holistic Theory of Migration,” Journal of International Political Theory

“An Ecological Theory of Justice,” Proceedings of 11th Environmental Justice and Global Citizenship Conference

“Indigenous Rights,” Encyclopedia of Applied Ethics, 2nd ed.

“Deliberation, Cultural Difference, and Indigenous Self-Determination,” The Good Society

“Is Immigration a Human Right?” Cosmopolitanism in Context: Perspectives from international law and political theory

“The Implications of Incommensurability for Deliberative Democracy,” Realizing Deliberative Democracy

“Adaptation, Sustainability, and Justice,” Global Community: global security, Randall E. Osborne and Paul Kriese, eds.

“Immigration and the Territorial Powers of Nation-States,” Newsletter on Hispanic/Latino Issues in Philosophy

“The Continued Significance of Ethnocultural Identity,” Identities, Allegiances and Affiliations

Review of Carol Gould’s Globalizing Democracy and Human Rights and David Ingram’s Rights, Democracy, and Fulfillment in the Era of Identity Politics, Radical Philosophy Review   

Review of Sheila Benhabib’s The Claims of Culture: Diversity in the Global Era, Philosophy in Review 

“Response to My Critics-Response to Nussbaum,” Philosophy and Social Criticism

“Response to My Critics-Response to Mendieta,”  Philosophy and Social Criticism

“Response to My Critics-Response to Bohman,”   Philosophy and Social Criticism

Deliberative Democracy, Political Legitimacy, and Self-Determination in Multicultural Societies

“Standpoint Epistemology and Women of Color,” Women of Color: Defining the Issues, Hearing the Voices

“Indigenous Rights,” Encyclopedia of Applied Ethics

Reprinted in The Concise Encyclopedia of Ethics in Politics and the Media

"The Sociopolitical Implications of Multiculturalism, Philosophy in the Contemporary World

"Latin-American Philosophy, Readings in World Philosophy

Review of Cultural Relativism and Philosophy: North and Latin American Perspectives, in Philosophy East and West  

"Pre-Columbian and Contemporary Philosophical Perspectives in Latin America," From Africa to Zen: An Introduction to World Philosophy

Reprinted in Social and Political Philosophy: Classical Western Texts in Feminist and Multicultural Perspectives

Reprinted in Voices of Wisdom: A Multicultural Philosophy Reader

“Metaontology," Handbook of Metaphysics and Ontology, Philosophia Verlag

"The Metaphysics of Oppression," Thirteen Questions in Ethics, Kathleen Higgins, ed., Harcourt Brace and Jovanovich, 1991, pp. 330-338.

Reprinted in Traversing Philosophical Boundaries, 2nd ed., Max O. Hallman, Wadsworth/Thompson, Belmont, CA, 2003.

Edited version reprinted in New and Old World Philosophy: Introductory Readings, Vincent Luizzi and Audrey McKinney, eds., Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, NJ, 2001.

Reprinted with revisions in The University in Your Life, Jeffrey Gordon, Dushkin Publishing Group, Gilford, Connecticut, 1995, pp. 227-236.

"Ontology, Language, and Social Structure: A Phenomenological Study," Proceedings of the Alpha Kappa Delta Sociological Research Symposium IX, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia, 1979, pp. 55-59.

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