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    Granice obowiązku.Henryk Jankowski, Krystyna Starczewska, Andrzej Grzegorczyk, Marian Przełęcki, Mieczysław Michalik, Halina Promieńska, Stanisław Zapaśnik, Jacek Hołówka & Jan Szmyd - 1979 - Etyka 17:209-253.
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  2. Rzeczywiste i pozorne przewroty kopernikańskie w etyce, czyli o bioetyce trochę dyskusyjnie.Halina Promieńska - 2000 - Archeus. Studia Z Bioetyki I Antropologii Filozoficznej 1:7-25.
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  3. Etyka a ideał zdrowia psychicznego w psychoanalizie.Halina Promieńska - 1971 - Etyka 8:53-65.
    The article points out the currently progressing integration of psychology, medicine, and ethics. The origins of this process can be discovered in progressing from narrow conceptions of etiology of an illness which are related to one factor only, and of human behaviour to conceptions of multidimensional man. They can also be discovered in the tendency to make ethics a science by implying from the knowledge of human nature a justification for norms of human behaviour. The concept of mental health is (...)
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  4. Etyka czy psychiatria? (Kazmierz Dąbrowski (red.), Zdrowie psychiczne).Halina Promieńska - 1981 - Etyka 19:207-212.
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  5. Ocena moralna a diagnoza psychiatryczna.Halina Promieńska - 1979 - Etyka 17:23-38.
    The subject of the investigations presented in this article are the causes of historical shifting of the extensions of moral evaluations and psychiatric diagnoses. The current vagueness of the extensions of these categories of human behaviour is, on the hand, a result of the revision of too rigid assumptions concerning the criteria of psychic normalcy and pathology, and on the other, a source of extensive decomposition of the meaning of the central psychiatric and moral categories, and thus results in a (...)
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