Intimate distances: Fragments for a phenomenology of organ transplantation

Journal of Consciousness Studies 8 (5-7):259-271 (2001)
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In this article, the author uses his recent experience of organ transplantation as the basis for reflection on phenomenologically-derived notions of lived experience, temporality, selfhood and medical ethics
Keywords Metaphysics  Organ  Phenomenology  Science  Transplantation
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