The Journal of Philosophy of Disability is an academic journal featuring philosophical inquiry concerning disability, broadly construed. It includes peer-reviewed articles, book reviews, critical responses, commentaries, and occasional symposia and special issues. The editors welcome scholarship from all philosophical perspectives, including analytic, continental, and pragmatist traditions, the history of philosophy, empirically informed philosophy, non-Western philosophy, feminist philosophy, philosophy of race, philosophical theology, and any other traditions and fields that substantively engage research in philosophy of disability. It is published by the Philosophy Documentation Center without requiring payment from authors. The JPD is the official journal of the Society for Philosophy and Disability, and the editors as well as editorial board fully support the society’s mission.

Joel Michael Reynolds and Teresa Blankmeyer Burke

Managing Editor:
Sabrina Leeds

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