By F. Campbell
Proposing a cartographic trip into the realm of the production(s) of incapacity, this book examines embodiment, transhumanism, subjectivity, know-how and jurisprudence. It matters issues of order/disorder and the traditional and pathological, and explores the best way tales approximately wholeness, well-being, enhancement and perfection are advised.
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Throughout these processes, the disabled litigant is required to ‘identify’ with the disabled person before even commencing the process of articulating a breach of rights or securing protective remedies. The litigant needs to draw on a wellspring of suffering and future damage. Under the Americans with Disabilities Act 1990 (ADA) disabled people are viewed as a ‘discrete, insular minority’ (Barhorst, 1999–2000, p. 139; Hasday, 2004), reinforcing the belief that disability is exceptional rather than normative.
Regardless of where we live, the notion of mitigation will transform civic understandings of disablement as something that is provisional and tentative. This trend is of concern when the tendency towards a universalised codiﬁcation of disability (norms) is on the increase. When law meets disability – possibilities and dangers The production and designation of the neologism ‘disability’ (especially in law) cannot occur outside of the purview of the processes and practices of ableism. f. MacKinnon, 1989; Minow, 1990).
2 (t)). In this example, the legal enactment of puriﬁcation zones attempts to settle the matter of disability by way of enumerative exactness and reduction of disability to a medical model. The motif of disability is much more than a state of being. Nationalism demands that the archetypal normative citizen be free from ﬂaws and matters of possible degeneracy. In these times of economic rationalism and panics over risk and terror, the sentiments of famous US eugenist case Buck v Bell1 ﬁnd new credence: We have seen more than once that the public welfare may call upon the best citizens for their lives.