Psychotherapy and the Ethics of Attention
Hastings Center Report. 1996 Jan-Feb; 26(1): 17-22.
Medical ethics tends to focus on the content of patients' beliefs rather than concern itself with patients' ethical development. An ethics of attention investigates the psychological processes that are the prerequisite to moral action.
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Lipson, Michael (1993-03)When a child is dying of AIDS, what can she understand, and what can her parents bear to tell her? The persons involved in the telling and the manner of disclosure will vary with each child and over time.