Disability: Definitions and Models




[Revised entry by David Wasserman and Sean Aas on April 14, 2022.
Changes to: Main text, Bibliography]
Philosophers have always lived among, and often as, people who could not see, walk, or hear; who had limited mobility, comprehension or longevity, or chronic illnesses of various sorts. And philosophers have lived in societies that respond to these and other bodily differences in a wide variety of ways. And yet philosophical interest in these conditions and the social response to them was piecemeal and occasional until the past hundred or so years. Some of these conditions were cited in litanies of life’s hardships or evils;…

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Cosmological Argument

[Revised entry by Bruce Reichenbach on June 30, 2022. Changes to: Main text, Bibliography] The cosmological argument is less a...