Cognitive disability and its challenge to moral philosophy boston blackwell publishing kittay e and e feder eds 2003 cognitive disability misfortune and justice philosophy and public affairs 251 3 34 1998 wrongful life paradoxes in the morality of causing people to exist in j coleman and c morris eds rational commitment and social justice . 13 cognitive disability and well being the differences among standard accounts of well being are particularly significant in thinking about the well being of people with severe cognitive impairments we believe that a separate discussion of this topic is warranted but not because cognitive impairments are in a class by themselves as we have noted there are great differences among all . Scriptures are understood to contain historical fact poetry idiom metaphor simile moral fable parable prophecy and wisdom literature and each bears its own consideration in its interpretation while divinely inspired the text stills consists of words in human languages arranged in humanly recognisable forms the eastern orthodox church does not oppose honest critical and historical . Cognitive behavioral therapy cbt is a psycho social intervention that aims to improve mental health cbt focuses on challenging and changing cognitive distortions eg thoughts beliefs and attitudes and behaviors improving emotional regulation and the development of personal coping strategies that target solving current problems originally it was designed to treat depression but its . The earliest substantial account of care as a political philosophy is offered by tronto who identifies the traditional boundary between ethics and politics as one of three boundaries which serves to stymie the political efficacy of a womans care ethic the other two being the boundary between the particular and abstract impersonal moral observer and the boundary between public and
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