The Disabled Contract

Severe Intellectual Disability, Justice and Morality

Beaudry shows how the social contract fails to take account of the moral status of people with severe intellectual disabilities. Les mer
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Beaudry shows how the social contract fails to take account of the moral status of people with severe intellectual disabilities.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

1. Intellectual disability and the social contract; 2. Inclusive contractarianism: persons with severe intellectual disabilities within a society of self-interested contractors; 3. The capacity to trust as a contractual basis for robust moral status; 4. People with severe intellectual disabilities as active citizens; 5. People with severe intellectual disabilities as passive citizens; 6. Other-regarding concern and exploitation; 7. Beyond contractual relations.

Om forfatteren

Jonas-Sebastien Beaudry is an assistant professor of law at McGill University and a member of the Bar of Quebec. He has published several articles on human rights, applied ethics, and disability studies, as well as a book on freedom of expression in Latin America.