How to develop a phenomenological model of disability.

  title={How to develop a phenomenological model of disability.},
  author={Kristian Moltke Martiny},
  journal={Medicine, health care, and philosophy},
  volume={18 4},
During recent decades various researchers from health and social sciences have been debating what it means for a person to be disabled. A rather overlooked approach has developed alongside this debate, primarily inspired by the philosophical tradition called phenomenology. This paper develops a phenomenological model of disability by arguing for a different methodological and conceptual framework from that used by the existing phenomenological approach. The existing approach is developed from… CONTINUE READING

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