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Conclusiones finales


  • El no reduccionismo (entre el modelo médico y el modelo social) es una propuesta que se impone en la definición del concepto de discapacidad así como (el no reduccionismo entre las medidas redistributivas y las de reconocimiento) en la solución a las demandas de justicia que experimentan las personas con discapacidad

  • Reconciliar los extremos de lo médico y lo social, de la deficiencia y la discapacidad, para la comprensión de la discapacidad es el no-reduccionismo (inspirado en Nancy Fraser y Berth Danermark) al que debemos apuntar y en el que debe reconciliarse también la justicia distributiva con el reconocimiento de la diferencia.

  • En base al trabajo que hemos realizado podemos concluir que la reflexión sobre el concepto de discapacidad tiene consecuencias: 1. Para el estudio y la comprensión de la justicia; 2. Para la definición y desarrollo de las políticas públicas; 3. Para echar bases y desarrollar una productiva investigación futura sobre los temas de discapacidad

  • La pregunta por el concepto de discapacidad, por lo menos su versión moderna, creativa o revolucionaria, desde una perspectiva socio-política, reconoce la opresión y la discriminación que experimentan las personas con discapacidad como una de sus características más notorias o saltantes, si no la más importante. En la medida que la opresión alude a un orden social injusto, la pregunta por la discapacidad remite por necesidad a la idea de la justicia.

  • Todo lo anterior corrobora la importancia del concepto de discapacidad como una categoría de reflexión filosófica.


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