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    Disability, Catholic Questions, and the Quandries of Biomedicine and Secular Society
    The National Catholic Bioethics Quarterly 20 (2): 277-310. 2020.
    This essay aims to show why it is important to ask questions about the way Christians raise the question of disability. The central, animating concern has to do with metaphysically thin and philosophically problematic understandings of disability and the way that concept is inflected within contemporary Catholic moral discourse in the areas of biomedical ethics and social theorizing. The essay has three parts. First, through the lens of Gaudium et spes, the author discusses the source of our con…Read more