By Kristin Zeiler,Lisa Folkmarson Käll
Situated on the intersection of phenomenology of drugs and feminist phenomenology, this quantity presents insights into clinical practices reminiscent of surgical operations, organ transplants, dentistry, midwifery, and psychiatry. The participants clarify the relevance of feminist phenomenology to the fields of drugs and healthiness through highlighting distinction, vulnerability, and volatility as relevant dimensions of human adventure instead of deviations. It additionally additional vitalizes the sphere of phenomenology by way of bringing it into dialog with a number of varied materials—including case reports, fiction, and different kinds of narrative—and laying off new mild on matters like physically self-experience, normality and deviance, self-alienation, and objectification. The volume’s specialize in concrete event develops and sharpens the methodological instruments and conceptual framework of phenomenology and makes it a very good source for students, scholars, and scientific practitioners alike.
“…this ebook is an important and unique contribution to either feminist concept and phenomenology. the quantity bridges a number of fields of inquiry, filling a spot within the feminist scholarship on drugs whereas, whilst, delivering theoretical insights that might tell conceptual and functional issues inside biomedicine.” — Hypatia
“…the breadth and strong point of themes may still curiosity someone who works in the fields of philosophy of drugs and clinical ethics … the gathering is breaking new floor in a favorable manner … bringing a feminist phenomenological lens to the philosophy of drugs makes salient the various ways that quite a few other forms of oppressions are take place inside of our clinical platforms and practices. The wish is that practitioners, theorists, and activists within the box learn this booklet, and are moved not to in basic terms imagine in new instructions yet to behave upon their thoughts.” — Bioethics.net
“Though this quantity is most fitted to these drawn to phenomenology, a couple of articles, fairly Käll’s article on Wit, a movie utilized in many bioethics classes, have a extra basic charm and will be really worth analyzing via bioethicists.” — CHOICE
Kristin Zeiler is affiliate Professor of clinical Ethics at Linköping collage, Sweden, and seasoned Futura Scientia Fellow on the Swedish Collegium for complicated learn, Uppsala collage, Sweden.
Folkmarson Käll is Docent of Theoretical Philosophy at Uppsala college, Sweden, and learn affiliate on the department of well-being and Society at Linköping collage, Sweden. She is the editor of Dimensions of soreness: Humanities and Social technology Perspectives.
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