Joel Michael Reynolds is an Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Disability Studies at Georgetown University, core faculty in Georgetown’s Disability Studies Program, a Senior Research Scholar in The Kennedy Institute of Ethics, a Senior Advisor to The Hastings Center, and a Faculty Scholar of the Greenwall Foundation (Class of 2025). He is the founder of The Journal of Philosophy of Disability and co-founder of Oxford Studies in Disability, Ethics, and Society.

At the broadest level, Reynolds’ work explores the relationship between bodies, values, and society. He is especially concerned with the meaning of disability, the issue of ableism,…

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