Human Dignity: A Human-Becoming Ethical Phenomenon
Parse, Rosemarie Rizzo
Nursing science quarterly 2010 Jul; 23(3): 257-62
Human dignity is a phenomenon of interest in many disciplines, including health-related disciplines. The author in this article explores the ethics of dignity and sets forth the tenets of human dignity as a human-becoming ethical phenomenon. The tenets elaborate reverence, awe, betrayal, and shame, all enduring truths inherently significant to human dignity.
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