An A-Z of medical philosophy

Misselbrook, David
April 2013
British Journal of General Practice;Apr2013, Vol. 63 Issue 609, p211
Academic Journal
The article offers information on Kantian philosophy in medical practices. He mentions several philosophies of Immanuel Kant which include humans must be seen with respect and dignity, deontological ethic and duty based-guidelines, Good Medical Practice. It also states that Kant usually represents the voice of a parent.


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