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  1. James E. Rosenberg & Bernard Towers (1988). The Practice of Empathy. In Gerald P. Turner & Joseph Mapa (eds.), Humanistic Health Care: Issues for Caregivers. Health Administration Press. 7--7.
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  2. James E. Rosenberg & Bernard Towers (1986). The Practice of Empathy as a Prerequisite for Informed Consent. Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics 7 (2).
    The patient-physician relationship, as formulated in the traditional biomedical model of medicine, is inherently flawed. In entering this relationship, most patients seek simply to be delivered from illness back to normal psychosocial functioning. The physician, however, almost invariably responds with a purely biologic approach to diagnosis and treatment that often does not effectively address the patient's needs. This precludes the opportunity for a consensus between them, and may in fact lead to the physician manipulating the patient's decisions about the course (...)
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  3. Bernard Towers (1979). Brain and Mind. (Ciba Foundation Symposium 69).
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  4. Bernard Towers (1979). Consciousness and the Brain: Evolutionary Aspects. In Brain and Mind. (Ciba Foundation Symposium 69).
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  5. Bernard Towers (1978). The Origin and Development of Living Forms. Journal of Medicine and Philosophy 3 (2):88-106.
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  6. Bernard Towers (1969). Concerning Teilhard. London, Collins.
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  7. Bernard[from old catalog] Towers (1966). Teilhard De Chardin. London, Carey Kingsgate P..
     
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