Modes of knowing: Autism, fiction, and second-person perspectives
Stump, Eleonore. (2009). Modes of knowing: Autism, fiction, and second-person perspectives. Faith and Philosophy. 26(5), pp. 553 - 565.
The rapid, perplexing increase in the incidence of autism has led to a correlative increase in research on it and on normally developing children as well. In this paper I consider some of this research, not only for what it shows us about human cognitive capacities but also for its suggestive implications regarding the ability of science to teach us about the world.
|Journal||Faith and Philosophy|
|Journal citation||26 (5), pp. 553 - 565|
|Publisher||Philosophy Documentation Center|
|Web address (URL)||https://place.asburyseminary.edu/faithandphilosophy/vol26/iss5/7|
|Open access||Open access|
|Page range||553 - 565|
|Place of publication||United States of America|
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