Schliesser on Tremain on Foucault and Feminist Philosophy of Disability

Over at Digressions & Impressions, Eric Schliesser has written a critical commentary on Foucault and Feminist Philosophy of Disability that might interest some of you. The post also draws attention to In the Shadow of Justice by Kat Forrester. The title of the post indicates that it is the first part of Schliesser’s discussion of my book.

I haven’t read the entirety of today’s post at Digressions & Impressions though I’m sure that Eric’s commentary on my book comprises some provocative insights. After I ruminate on the post, and any subsequent post that Eric writes about Foucault and Feminist Philosophy of Disability (it seems that Eric plans to write a subsequent post about my claims that disabled philosophers are systematically excluded from the profession), I may offer a response to the posts here. Stay tuned!

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