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Elena Ziliotti (2019)
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Elena Ziliotti

eziliotti@whu.edu.cn


Research

AOS: Political Philosophy, Contemporary Western Democratic   Theory, Contemporary Confucian Democratic Theory

AOC: Ethics, Critical Thinking


Education

Joint Ph.D., Political Philosophy

2013−18

King’s College London   & National University of Singapore

Dissertation’s title: “The Meritocratic Challenge to   Democratic Theories”

Supervisors: Sor-hoon Tan (NUS), Adrian Blau (KCL)

Committee: Daniel A. Bell (external), Neiladri   Sinhababu (NUS), Rod Dacombe (KCL), Michael Pelczar (chair)

M.Phil., Analytic Philosophy

Inter-University Degree, University Pompeu Fabra, University of Barcelona, Autonomous University   of Barcelona, University of Girona

2011−12

M.A.,   Philosophy

University of Parma, Summa Cum Laude

2009−11

B.A., Philosophy

University of Parma

2005−08



Publications

Ziliotti   E. (forthcoming). “Democracy’s Value: A Conceptual Map,” Journal of Value   Inquiry

Ziliotti E. 2018. “Public Deliberation in a   Globalized World? The Case of Confucian Customs and Traditions”, in Michael   Reder (eds.), The Yearbook Practical   Philosophy in a Global Perspective (Freiburg: Karl Albert Publishing),   pp. 339−361.

Ziliotti   E. 2017. “The Moral Basis of   Political Meritocracy,” Philosophy and   Public Issues, 7(1), pp. 246−270.

Ziliotti E. 2017. “From Democratic Meritocracy to   Meritocratic Democracy: Why Political Meritocracy Matters,” Philosophy and Public Issues, 7(1),   pp. 73−87.

Ziliotti E. 2017. “Review of Daniel   A. Bell’s The China Model: Political   Meritocracy and the Limits of Democracy,” Philosophy   East and West, 67(2), pp. 295−298.

Non-academic articles

Ziliotti E. 2017. Political   Priorities and the Western Conceit: A Reply to Francesco Grillo & Co,” OpenDemocracy. Available at: https://www.opendemocracy.net/elena-ziliotti/political-priorities-and-western-conceit-reply-to-francesco-grillo-co

Ziliotti E. 2014. “Should Voters Be Tested?” Huffington Post, co-authored with Prof. Daniel Bell. Available   at: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/daniel-a-bell/voter-test-europe-china_b_4776362.html