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Philosophy and profound disability : learning from experience

By: Vorhaus, John Simon.
Series: Disability & Society 29 (4) 2014: 611-623.Publisher: 2014Subject(s): CITIZENSHIP | DEPENDENCY | DIGNITY | DISABILITY STUDIES | HUMAN RIGHTS | PARENTS | PHILOSOPHY | PROFOUND INTELLECTUAL AND MULTIPLE DISABILITIES | RESPECTSummary: Provides an introductory discussion of what philosophy can learn from the parents of people with profound and multiple learning difficulties and disabilities. Discusses some implications for conceptions of human dignity, respect, citizenship and dependency.
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Provides an introductory discussion of what philosophy can learn from the parents of people with profound and multiple learning difficulties and disabilities. Discusses some implications for conceptions of human dignity, respect, citizenship and dependency.

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