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  1. Jan Doroszewski (2001). Planowanie postępowania lekarskiego. Prakseologia 141 (141):17-32.
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  2. Jan Doroszewski (2001). Pojęcie problemu w nauce i działalności praktycznej. Studia Semiotyczne 23:139-162.
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  3. Jan Doroszewski (2001). Semiotyczno-systemowy model wiedzy medycznej. Studia Semiotyczne 24:175-204.
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  4. Jerzy Pelc, Jerzy Szacki, Jarosław Fali, Jacek Wojtysiak, Janina Buczkowska, Krzysztof Rotter, Adam Olech, Aleksandra Żukrowska, Jan Doroszewski & Jerzy J. Kolarzowski (2001). Od wydawcy (jerzy pelc) 5 I. wspomnienia pozgonne. Studia Semiotyczne 23:3.
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  5. Jan Doroszewski (1988). Ethical and Methodological Aspects of Medical Computer Data Bases and Knowledge Bases. Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics 9 (2).
    Ethical problems are related to computer data bases, containing data on individuals and groups of persons, as well as to computer knowledge bases, containing general rules and elements of expert systems.In the present essay the following conclusions are made regarding computer data bases: privacy, security, and confidentiality of medical computer data bases should be ensured. This duty should rest with physicians in hospitals. The principle of informed consent should be applied to gathering information which is to be stored and processed (...)
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  6. Jan Doroszewski (1988). Medical Ethics in Poland. Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics 9 (3).
    The work related to medical ethics written by Polish authors are reviewed and some topics concerning teaching and various other activities in this field are presented. The attention is centered on the opinions and attitudes concerning the essence of medical profession and the personal model of the physician, doctor-patient relationship (including duties of the doctor), medical research on humans, abortion and other problems. The role of medico-ethical tradition in Poland is described. Main trends in polish ethical thought in relation to (...)
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  7. Jan Doroszewski & Andrzej Delegacz (1988). Model Structure of a Fragment of Biological Knowledge (Cell Motility). Acta Biotheoretica 37 (3-4).
    The aim of the study is to contribute to a better understanding of some aspects of the structure of biological knowledge and to make clearer to what extent the methods of reasoning may be useful in this field when only qualitative information is available. A fragment of biological knowledge (theory of cell motility) is analysed from the logico-methodological point of view as a coherent system and the possibility of its formal representation is investigated. The analysis is based on distinguishing the (...)
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  8. Jan Doroszewski (1987). Unity and Diversity of the Medical Action: A Review of its Components and Their Interconnections. [REVIEW] Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics 2 (2):155-168.
    In this paper, the main components of the medical action are divided into three types: cognitive operations, value judgments and instrumental reasoning. The study aims at fraiming some specific methodological problems in order to encourage further research on the theory of planning and effectivity of the medical action.
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  9. Jan Doroszewski (1982). Philosophy of Medicine in Poland at the Turn of the 19th and 20th Centuries Part I: Main Authors and the Field of Their Study. [REVIEW] Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics 3 (1):75-86.
    Major Polish authors writing on the philosophy of medicine in the period under discussion are briefly presented, namely Tytus Chaubiski Wadysaw Biegaski, and Edmund Biernacki. General background of their work and possible influences are described. The views of the above authors on the meaning, scope and importance of the philosophy of medicine are outlined.
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  10. Jan Doroszewski (1980). Hypothetico-Nomological Aspects of Medical Diagnosis Part I: General Structure of the Diagnostic Process and its Hypothesis-Directed Stage. Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics 1 (2):177-194.
    In medical diagnostic examination three main stages may be distinguished: (a) initial exploration, (b) hypothesis-directed investigation, and (c) final diagnosis making. The purpose of this work is to study some methodological problems concerning the second of the above stages of the diagnosis and to prepare a background for a mathematical model [30] of this process.In diagnostic problem solving, the reasoning proceeds along the main lines traced by some initial suggestions and passes through various intermediate elements which are connected with one (...)
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