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Kittay, E.F. Comments on Alice Crary’s The Horrific History of Comparisons between Cognitive Disability and Animality (and How to Move Past It) and Peter Singer’s Response to Crary. ZEMO 2, 127–133 (2019). https://doi.org/10.1007/s42048-018-0022-z