The Philosophy of Psychiatry Webinar is hosting Amandine Catala on April 15 for a presentation entitled « Epistemic Justice and Epistemic Authority on Autism »
Abstract: Autistic people often face multiple forms of epistemic injustice in many contexts, whether medical, clinical, familial, social, professional, or academic. Epistemic injustice often undermines autistic people’s epistemic authority regarding their own experience of themselves and of the world. In this talk, I identify and argue for criteria that justify epistemic authority on autism and that foster greater epistemic justice for autistic people.
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Thursday, April 15th, 12:30-2pm (EST)