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About Dr King-Ho Leung

I joined the staff at the University of Chester in 2018, shortly after completing my PhD at the University of Nottingham, where I was also a teaching affiliate in philosophy of religion and Christian theology. My doctoral work examined the relationship between the metaphysical conception of ‘thinking’ and the practice of philosophy as a way of life, for which I was awarded the Heymann Research Prize (for making the best postgraduate research contribution in the Arts and Humanities in the University of Nottingham). Before moving to Nottingham, I also studied political theory and philosophy at the University of St Andrews.

My research interests are broadly in the intersections between continental philosophy and theology, especially philosophy as a way of life, metaphysics, philosophical anthropology, political theology and post-secularism.

Teaching

Undergraduate

TH4041 Introduction to Theology

TH5041 Contextual and Practical Theology

TH5042 Systematic Theology

TH6041 Great Theological Thinkers

TH6051 Dissertation

 

Postgraduate

TH7025 Research Dissertation

TH7074 Christian Theology: Texts and Contexts

Research

Research Interests

Contemporary continental philosophy

Philosophy as a way of life

Philosophical theology

Philosophy of religion

Published Work

‘Living Paradoxes: On Agamben, Taylor and human subjectivity’, Telos 187 (forthcoming).

‘The Inalienable Alien: Giorgio Agamben and the Political Ontology of Hong Kong’, Educational Philosophy and Theory 51, no. 2 (2019), 175–184.

‘Univocity for Militants: Set-theoretical Ontology and the Death of the One’, Journal of Cultural and Religious Theory 16, no. 3 (2017), 347–366.

‘Philosophy as an Art of Living/Writing’, Journal of Political Power 8, no. 2 (2015), 281–288.

Qualifications

MA, MLitt (St Andrews); MA, PhD (Nottingham).