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  1. Relational Care: Learning to Look Beyond Intentionality to the ?Non-Intentional? In a Caring Relationship.Dennis Greenwood - 2007 - Nursing Philosophy 8 (4):223-232.
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  • Ethical Vulnerabilities in Nursing History: Conflicting Loyalties and the Patient as 'Other'.Mary Deane Lagerwey - 2010 - Nursing Ethics 17 (5):590-602.
    The purpose of this article is to explore enduring ethical vulnerabilities of the nursing profession as illustrated in historical chapters of nursing’s past. It describes these events, then explores two ethical vulnerabilities in depth: conflicting loyalties and duties, and relationships with patients as ‘other’. The article concludes with suggestions for more ethical approaches to the other in current nursing practice. The past may be one of the most fruitful sites for examining enduring ethical vulnerabilities of the nursing profession. First of (...)
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  • What Does the Patient Say? Levinas and Medical Ethics.Lawrence Burns - 2017 - Journal of Medicine and Philosophy 42 (2):214-235.
    The patient–physician relationship is of primary importance for medical ethics, but it also teaches broader lessons about ethics generally. This is particularly true for the philosopher Emmanuel Levinas whose ethics is grounded in the other who “faces” the subject and whose suffering provokes responsibility. Given the pragmatic, situational character of Levinasian ethics, the “face of the other” may be elucidated by an analogy with the “face of the patient.” To do so, I draw on examples from Martin Winckler’s fictional physician (...)
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  • Caring and its Ethical Aspects-an Empirical Philosophical Dialogue on Caring.Albertine Ranheim - unknown
    With a focus on caring ethics, the aim of this study was to see if and how experienced nurses in care for the elderly described caring and whether they included any theoretical basis to their caring acts. Questions that guided the research were: Does ethical caring theory have any relevance in nurses clinical work? How do experienced nurses describe care in general, their intentions and motives in particular? In order to enter into the meanings of caring, a reflective lifeworld research (...)
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  • Nurses as 'Guests'– a Study of a Concept in Light of Jacques Derrida's Philosophy of Hospitality.Stina Öresland, Kim Lutzén, Astrid Norberg, Birgit H. Rasmussen & Sylvia Määttä - 2013 - Nursing Philosophy 14 (2):117-126.
  • The Impact of Economic Recession on Health-Care and the Contribution by Nurses to Promote Individuals' Dignity.Sofia Nunes, Guilhermina Rego & Rui Nunes - 2015 - Nursing Inquiry 22 (4):285-295.
  • Levinas's Ethics as a Basis of Healthcare - Challenges and Dilemmas.Birgit Nordtug - 2015 - Nursing Philosophy 16 (1):51-63.
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