Talking about Health: A Philosophical Dialogue

Rodopi (1997)
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Abstract

This book is a scholarly treatise on the nature of health presented in the form of a dialogue between an inquirer and a philosopher. It elaborates a holistic theory of health, according to which people are completely healthy if, and only if, they are able to realize all their vital goals, given reasonable circumstances. health is applied t practices, on particular areas of interest.

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