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Between and Beyond: Medicine and Narrative in Dick Zaner’s Phenomenology

  • Hillel BraudeEmail author
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Part of the Philosophy and Medicine book series (PHME, volume 997)

Abstract

In a story from his recent collection of autobiographical medical ethics narratives entitled, “When Your’e Dead Anyway, What’s to Live For?” Richard Zaner describes an encounter with a young patient that is revealing about his own work and sense of self as a phenomenologist and clinical ethicist.

Keywords

Medical Ethic Phenomenological Method Philosophical Reflection Phenomenological Reduction Husserlian Phenomenology 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Biomedical Ethics Unit McGill University MontrealQuebecCanada

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