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Philosophy 1978-1989

Creator:   Peggy Chinn
Created:   11/17/2009
Contains:  11 items
Philosophic articles published in ANS have been among the most thought-provoking and important contributions to the discipline. This collection represents those that I count among the most significant.

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Fundamental Patterns of Knowing in Nursing.

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The Nurse as Advocate: A Philosophical Foundation for Nursing.

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The Idea of Health: A Philosophical Inquiry.

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The history and philosophy of nursing science and research.

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An analysis of changing trends in philosophies of science on nursing theory development and testing.

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Philosophical issues in the Rogerian science of unitary human beings.

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Dialectic thinking as a means of understanding systems-in-development: relevance to Rogers's principles.

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A further investigation of "Dialectical Thinking as a Means of Understanding Systems-in-Development: Relevance to Rogers's Principles".

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Quality of life: a phenomenological perspective on explanation, prediction, and understanding in nursing science.

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Evolutionary idealism: a philosophical foundation for holistic nursing theory.

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Adopting an evolutionary lens: An optimistic approach to discovering strength in nursing.

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