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Michele Friedner

Abstract

Through engaging with this collection of articles devoted to cognitive disability, I offer concluding remarks concerned specifically with the heuristic and experiential value of the concept of ‘the social’. I argue that an exploration of cognitive disability opens up a space for anthropologists to consider their own language and semiotic ideologies and to consider how to attend to and produce knowledge with non-linguistic subjects. Beyond this, how might anthropologists also consider how to make their own works cognitively accessible?