On Metaphorical Concentration: Language and Meaning in Patient-Physician Relations

Journal of Medicine and Philosophy 36 (4):385-393 (2011)
Charles Taylor's retrieval of an expressivist understanding of persons, and of language as constitutive of meaning, contains promising insights for restoring moral connectedness between patients and physicians
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