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The concept of human existence has its basis connected to the notions of abilities. Ability is something an individual can do while anything an individual can do is called inability. Disability can be defined as an inability to perform some cognitive function that unimpaired persons can undertake (Kitcher, 1996). Disability can be related to a handicap or an inability. Disability does not, however, mean one is totally capable of performing some tasks.
The more a person loses some of his abilities the more dehumanized they become. This is because many aspects of life Continue reading...