Introduction: The Unavoidable Alliance of Disability Studies and Philosophy - Simo Vehmas, Kristjana Kristiansen and Tom Shakespeare Part 1: Metaphysics 1. Social Justice and Disability: Competing Interpretations of the Medical and Social Models - Steven R. Smith 2. Definitions of Disability: Ethical and Other Values - Steven D. Edwards 3. The Ontology of Disability and Impairment: A Discussion of the Natural and Social Features - Simo Vehmas and Pekka Mäkelä 4. Disability and the Thinking Body - Jackie Leach Scully Part 2: Political Philosophy 1. Personhood and the Social Inclusion of People with Disabilities: A Recognition-Theoretical Approach - Heikki Ikäheimo 2. Disability and Freedom - Richard Hull 3. Disability, Non-Talent and Distributive Justice - Jerome E. Bickenbach 4. Gender, Disability and Personal Identity: Moral and Political Problems in Community Thinking - Tuija Takala Part 3: Ethics 1. Cochlear Implants, Linguistic Rights, and ‘Open Future’ Arguments - Patrick Kermit 2. The Moral Contestedness of Selecting ‘Deaf Embryos’ - Matti Häyry 3. The Role of Medical Experts in Shaping Disability Law - Lindsey Brown 4. Prenatal Screening for Down Syndrome: Why We Shouldn’t? - Berge Solberg 5. Biopolitics and Bare Life: Does the Impaired Body Provide Contemporary Examples of Homo Sacer? - Donna Reeve
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