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October 02, 2016


Jeremy Pierce

Given that the dominant view among philosophers writing about disability today is that disabilities are mere differences and not better or worse, I find this explanation strange. Unless they don't really believe that.

John Protevi

Why do you find it strange? A commitment to the difference view would easily motivate hostility to Swinburne's notion that disabilities are to be cured.

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