Philosophy for Medicine: Applications in a Clinical Context

Radcliffe Publishing (2004)
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This text offers a concise explanation of how philosophical concepts underpin much medical activity, and how being aware of this can improve everyday practice. It is not a basic introduction to philosophy, but restricts itself to those aspects that have a direct impact on medical professionals.



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Pekka Louhiala
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