image: ©www.theoreticalphilosophy.com On 15th February 2019, I published in what it was then, the predecessor of my Theoretical Philosophy blog, an article entitled Restructuring the Autism Spectrum Disorder Narrative around the Core Symptomatology of Asperger’s Syndrome and High Functioning Autism -I-. At the time, but oftentimes before and certainly after, I have been heavily criticised especially … Continue reading Rotting Apples, or Restructuring the Autism Spectrum Disorder Narrative around the Core Symptomatology of Asperger’s Syndrome and High Functioning Autism -II-
To correctly understand the motives behind this (I must confess, unexpected) exchange of twitter posts between Prof Simon Baron-Cohen and myself, partially on an unrelated (and as such, left out of the body of this article) subject, I have copy/pasted Prof Baron-Cohen’s tweet which prompted my rather angry response, and his reply. Because it would … Continue reading Open Letter: Response to Prof @sbaroncohen ’s reply to @Rev_Rom_C ’s Twitter post on 1st October 2020, or The importance of Asperger’s Syndrome as a unique clinical diagnostic category – II –
I have recently been asked on Twitter the following: “I’m going to ask a question but you don’t have to answer. So, I just started wanting to understand autism better since my son was dx, and I know the best knowledge comes from those actually in the community. Anyway, I imagine as you get (o)lder* … Continue reading Is an “autism community” a dangerous mirage, or a valid social construct?