Philosophy and Hermeneutics
Expanding Hermeneutics into Applied Ethics or Bioethics
Two ways of understanding bioethics exist. One, with a hermeneutic methodology, is interested in the living subjectivity of the sick person as prioritized by the dialogue between doctor and patient, and the other, which is based on facts and information at the time of making decisions.
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