Phenomenology as a Method to Investigate the Experience Lived: A Perspective From Husserl and Merleau Ponty's Thought
Sadala, Maria Lucia Araujo
Adorno, Rubens de Camargo Ferreira
Journal of Advanced Nursing 2002 February; 37(3): 282-293
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