Handbook of Phenomenology and Medicine

Kluwer (2001)
Yet, the central conviction that informs this volume is that phenomenology provides extraordinary insights into many of the issues that are directly addressed ...
Keywords Medicine   Phenomenology   Medical ethics   Philosophy, Medical   Disease   Mind-Body Relations   Patients
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