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Jack Kahn addresses imagination as expression using an ‘ethico-aesthetic paradigm’ – accounting for the affect of ethical orientations and participation amongst conditions of socio-political entrapment. The work reimagines disability politics without relying on traditional methods such as rights or identity.

Read the abstract now, or visit Issue I of the Considering Disability Journal for the full article.

Keywords: Disability, autism, ethico-aesthetics, affect, world-making, imagination, medical materialism, embodiment, perception, neuro-reductionism, performativity, entrapment, crisis

DOI: 10.17774/CDJ12014.15.20575874


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