Special Issue of Feminist Formations Guest edited by Ela Przybylo and Kristina Gupta Submission deadline: August 19, 2019 This special issue seeks to bring into conversation intersectional work on erotics and on nonsexualities. The word erotics, derived from the ancient Greek eros, marks a way of thinking intimacy, relating, and kinship that can include but is […]
Using Phineas Gage for Questions on Personal Identity and Other Topics in Philosophy of Mind, Experimental Philosophy, Cognitive Science, etc.
Philosophers generally take disabilities (plural) and impairments to be self-evident, natural, and politically neutral human characteristics or attributes that certain people possess and embody. In recent years, however, a growing number of philosophers have challenged this view, consolidating an area of philosophy for which I coined the name “philosophy of disability.” Many philosophers of disability, […]