This collection of articles honors the work of Richard Zaner, a distinguished philosopher who has worked for over twenty years as an ethics consultant at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. His work in the clinical setting, especially the use of narrative in understanding what is going on in this setting is the focus of some of the papers, others relate his methodology and phenomenological approach to the more standard bioethical problemata and approaches. The essential questions: what then is the role of the philosopher turned medical ethicists? Is medical ethics a form of applied philosophy, or is it also a form of therapy? distinguish Zaner's phenomenology from hermeneutical philosophy.Essays in Honor of Richard M. Zaner Osborne P. Wiggins, Annette C. Allen. case while also advancing toward his ... He recounts how present-day physicians view obesity, its causes, effects, and treatments. This medical view is poignantly setanbsp;...
|Title||:||Clinical Ethics and the Necessity of Stories|
|Author||:||Osborne P. Wiggins, Annette C. Allen|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2011-02-02|