Sunday, December 20, 2015
Josephine A Seguna on using Heidegger to re-interpret the disability experience.
Heidegger correctly asserts that one can only gain access to the objective and therefore disengagement through directionality and engagement, yet again is incorrect in the assumptions that directionality is derived from, or has a hierarchical dependence upon the engagement. Critical Disability Studies, in arguing that difference cannot be ignored, pursues a politics of transformation as the relationship between the elements of situatedness is one of mutual dependence; the gathering of a multiplicity of Dasein into a heterogeneous, yet unified structure.
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