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    Development of Sensitivity to the Needs and Suffering of a Sick Person in Students of Medicine and Dentistry.M. J. Siemińska, M. Szymańska & K. Mausch - 2002 - Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy 5 (3):263-271.
    Doctor and patient meet in a circle of feelings determined by suffering. Sensitivity to the suffering is an axis determining the nature of the doctor and patient relationship. The patient's experience of an illness is individual, private, and very often difficult to describe. But the possibility to understand the suffering of another person comes from the fact that suffering is a universal feeling. We propose to enter the world of patient's experience by writing a letter to a doctor, which would (...)
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    A Completeness Theorem for Correlation Lattices.Dietmar Schweigert & Magdalena Szymańska - 1983 - Mathematical Logic Quarterly 29 (8):427-434.
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    O zmysłach i postrzeganiu–czyli czego nie wiemy o Berkeleyu, a dowiadujemy się od Smitha i vice versa.Anna Markwart & Marta Szymańska - 2012 - Filo-Sofija 12 (17):147-154.
    OF SENSES AND PERCEPTION—WHAT SMITH TELLS US ABOUT BERKELEY AND VICE VERSA Adam Smith’s epistemology, described primarily in the essay Of the External Senses, was strongly inspired by George Berkeley’s thought expressed in his New Theory of Vision (1709). Both philosophers distinguished between the Objects of Sight and the Objects of Touch and analyzed the perception of distance between objects and size of objects (Berkeley’s thorough analysis was limited to the sense of sight, whereas Smith described also the features of (...)
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