A philosopher in the hospital… Funny idea?
However, it does not date from yesterday:
"It was in North America that clinical ethics developed during the 1980s (...)"
, Guillaume Durand tells us.
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Lecturer in philosophy in Nantes, specialist in medical ethics and bioethics, he now heads the clinical ethics consultation of the Saint-Nazaire Hospital Center and the Mutualist Clinic of the Estuary.
After studies which had made him
"forget the real" a little
, he tells us how he
in contact with doctors and patients.
"I am a philosopher of eggs, blood and tears."
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Care, explains Guillaume Durand, is not limited to a diseased organ or even to the individual concerned.
"taking care of the person"
"a multitude of desires, opinions and values"
, but it is also sometimes questioning
"the whole of society: the problem is not simply the catch. in charge or not ”
of singular requests, but
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