Lexington Books (2017)

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Jennifer Scuro
Miami University, Ohio
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This book outlines the scale and scope of ableist bias, as it manifests both institutionally and intergenerationally. Ranging across disability studies, continental philosophy, and bioethics, the philosophical questions addressed in this work confront and resist ableism as it frames our world in uninhabitable and unsustainable ways.
Keywords Philosophy of Disability  Ableism
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Reprint years 2018, 2019
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ISBN(s) 9781498540742   9781498540766   1498540740   1498540767
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