Kevin W. Gray, is a political philosopher and Assistant Professor in the Department of International Studies at the American University of Sharjah in the United Arab Emirates. His doctoral research focused on the difficulties of using systems theory in critical theory, and the implications posed by this problem for Habermas’s philosophy. His past research has been published in PhaenEx, Philosophia, the Journal of the Philosophy of the Social Sciences, Dialogue, amongst other places. His current research and teaching focuses on theories of the public sphere and civil society (particularly in the Middle East), critical theory, existentialism, philosophy of law and western Marxism.
- 2014. The Autopoietic Turn in Habermas’ Legal Philosophy. Ancilla Iauris, 41, 41-57.
- 2013. “What Is Living and What is Dead in Habermas’ Secularization Hypothesis” in T. Bailey (ed.), Deprovincializing Habermas: Global Perspectives. London: Routledge.
- 2009. Saving 1968: Thinking with Habermas against Habermas. PhaenEx, 4 (2), 26-44