Aims and Scope
The Society for Philosophy and Disability, or SPD, is a non-profit educational organization dedicated to furthering research and teaching on philosophical issues related to disability and to promoting inclusiveness and support for people with disabilities in philosophical education and in the profession of philosophy. SPD aims to provide a forum for philosophical discussion of disability by arranging meetings, maintaining an online presence, and organizing academic projects.
- Event – A Joint Public Discussion on Philosophy and Cognitive Impairment with Eva Kittay and Richard M. Rubin Read more →
- Sessions on Disability at the 2016 Eastern APA Read more →
- Congratulations to Eva Kittay, who will serve as Vice-President and then President of the Eastern Division of the American Philosophical Association Read more →