MacIntyre’s Account of the Virtues and the Virtue-Based Approach to Moral Decision-Making in Nursing Practice
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Having examined Maclntyre’s account of the virtues, it is clear that some of his ideas, for example, those regarding the narrative account of the self and the conception of a practice could be applied to moral decision-making in nursing practice. Therefore, this is what I shall do in this chapter.
KeywordsNursing Practice Moral Virtue Narrative Account Internal Good Shared Conception
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