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November 3, 2008
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Mark A. Foster, Ph.D. with http://cooltext.com/Download-Font-Lansbury
Public Sociologist • Advocacy Journalist with http://cooltext.com/Download-Font-Boomerang
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Framed by a postmodern critical theory (a.k.a. critical postmodernism), Deconstructing Neurelitism is the autistic praxis (self-advocacy and activism) blog of Subtext, one of the 23 websites and 25 domains maintained by Mark A. Foster, Ph.D., the founding director of The League to Fight Neurelitism. See the Byline page for additional information.

This blog is principally concerned with applications of United Nations values of human rights and social justice to the social and economic development of the autistic community. Dr. Foster’s other blog, focusing on more general human rights issues, can be found at this location.

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  1. December 18, 2008 4:20 am

    I’ve been following you around the internet for several years now, Mark. I have added this page to my file. It does not appear that, other than making comments here, there is anything to join here. I wish you well in all your endeavours in the processes of multidirectionality in which you are engaged.-Ron Price, Australia

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      December 21, 2008 4:24 am

      Hi, Ron:

      Nice hearing from you again. Yes, this is just an interactive blog.

      Mark

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