The philosophy of disability has burgeoned into a field of its own. Like the general field of disability studies, it hosts a multiplicity of schools, expertise and methodologies. It is unified, if at all, by a desire for the social integration of people perceived or understood to be "different", mentally or physically. This article aims to orient the reader within the field of the philosophy of disability and present some important lessons that it can teach legal actors.
"Welcoming Monsters: Disability as a Liminal Legal Concept,"
Yale Journal of Law & the Humanities: Vol. 29
, Article 6.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.law.yale.edu/yjlh/vol29/iss2/6