Courage and Tragedy in Clinical Medicine
Shelp, Earl E.
Journal of Medicine and Philosophy 1983 November; 8(4): 417-429
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Shelp, Earl E. (1983-11)The idea that the physician patient relationship is potentially tragic in nature and provides a context in which courage can be a relevant virtue is explored. This relationship is often characterized by danger, ...
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