TRIGGER WARNING: Mention of Do Not Resuscitate directives and the pandemic Autistic people are subject to countless rules that are seemingly arbitrary in nature while having a huge impact onContinue reading “Social constructivism and the making of ethical decisions in Autistic lives”
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More on Zeno’s Paradoxes and the issues with Autistic to non-Autistic communication
As you may have noticed from my most recent blog post, I am somewhat down a rabbit hole at the moment. In my previous article I discussed Zeno’s paradox ofContinue reading “More on Zeno’s Paradoxes and the issues with Autistic to non-Autistic communication”
Why is the moral model of addiction so prevalent?
As previously discussed, the moral model of addiction, in which addiction is seen as a moral failing, is inadequate for our understanding of addiction and formulating a means to approachContinue reading “Why is the moral model of addiction so prevalent?”
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