MORAL VALUATIONS OF HEALTH PROFESSIONALS ABOUT THE ONTOLOGICAL STATUTE OF THE PERSON AT THE END OF THE LIFE

The opportunity of reflection and debate that offers Bioethics must be well-planned, essentially in crude issues as compromising with the existence of the man. With the impetuous advance of science and the technology the limits between the life and the death have dilated, the context space time in w...

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Autor Principal: Méndez Mariño, Ana
Formato: Artículo (Article)
Lenguaje:Español (Spanish)
Publicado: Universidad Militar Nueva Granada 2010
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Acceso en línea:http://hdl.handle.net/10654/34124
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Sumario:The opportunity of reflection and debate that offers Bioethics must be well-planned, essentially in crude issues as compromising with the existence of the man. With the impetuous advance of science and the technology the limits between the life and the death have dilated, the context space time in which the human death is developed has changed, is not that it does not die or that dies much less that in remote times, but the dilemmas that are formed around the death are others. The decisive power of biomedical sciences causes that every day we are before events never thought before by the man, arise ontological states that put in crisis and doubt ethical episteme solidified by the man.