A reply to 'The “demented other” or simply “a person”? Extending the philosophical discourse of Naue and Kroll through the situated self' by John Keady, Steven Sabat, Ann Johnson, and Caroline Swarbrick

Nursing Philosophy 12 (4):293-296 (2011)
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DOI 10.1111/j.1466-769X.2011.00504.x
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