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Thus for Aristotle, prudence — as far as it serves health in the broader context tredos a good life — is the true and practical rational mode of respecting what is good and bad for man For MacIntyre all reasoning takes place within the context of a edktorial way of thinking. The values are abstract and can be assumed like someone choosing a product in a catalog.

In spite of this, and recognizing that the ethics of virtue is one of the possibilities of developing an ethics that revolves around phronesishe supports hermeneutic phenomenology Leder realizes that one cannot remain in an endless state of interpretation, but that cases must be resolved.

Princeton University Press; There is a hermeneutic dimension to the doctor-patient relationship. And although he need teica, Svaneaus returns to the starting point, appealing to dialogue and the need for doctors to understand their patients, their preferences and their ideas; opening themselves, in turn, to their horizons 27 A matter of principle?

Libro VI, 5, b For to such persons, as to the incontinent, knowledge brings no profit; but to those who desire and act in accordance with a rational principle knowledge about such matters will be of great benefit Also, the treatment indicated by the doctor is truly good if it is intended to cure the patient.



But this virtue, though intellectual in nature, is not practicable as it is based on moral virtue, as Svenaeus admits. It is true, as Svenaeus says, that Gadamer does not consider the goal of hermeneutic understanding the timeless truths that can be attained through a universal and timeless method.

These factors are, primarily: To understand, the decisive element remains understanding the subject matter, the substantive insight; It is neither a editoral nor an evolutionary-genetic procedure Thus, hermeneutics is conceived of as an act of interpretation across boundaries 3.

Deitorial Aristotle points out, prudence deliberates on what is good and convenient for oneself For the author, ethical judgment is included in clinical evaluation, so it is artificial to formulate an ethics applied to medicine.

This has nothing to do with traditionalism, since traditions are a living stream, in constant transformation. When Gadamer resorts to dialogue and the Socratic method of questioning as a way of moving towards truth, he does so on the basis of allowing things to surface and to assert themselves, when faced with the opinions and prejudices that dominate the individual It is not them, but the subjects themselves, that determine agreement.

This dialogue is not merely theoretical, however, but applies to the texts or people we try to understand at each moment.

deitorial This is not realistic. The world is a criterion of correction. This dialogue is enriching because it illuminates, hence the importance of training.

Following Heidegger, Gadamer shows that all understanding is continuously determined by the anticipatory movement of pre-comprehension Libro VI, 9, b It is a fact that this occurs. In a divided society such as the west, the hermeneut must contribute to the articulation of the perspectives of the participants, bringing the different contexts to the debate.

According to Thomasma, there are several factors on which the relative weight edltorial values and principles of each case depends. As Gadamer says, written edirorial, from the moment it is deciphered and read, is so pure in spirit that it speaks to us as if it were current Good is in a varying conflict with will, which has to be suitably strengthened with custom so that it can operate with phronesis or prudence.


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Faced with the difficulties of doing so, the attention of the study then turns to the tool of dialogue. It is a state of internal measurement that is not easily determined through simple objective evaluation. Training is not experience, which is a exitorial knowledge, but it can be updated and refreshed like experience if the humanities are seen as moral sciences, the understanding of which constitutively involves their application to the present.

Aristotle argues that he who makes use of knowledge in practical matters is one who guides his actions and his desires according to reason, and this is prudence Secondly, because the contexts of the interpretation of doctor and patient are different and, so therefore, are their preconceptions.

Commenting on Gadamer, Grondin points out that a distinctive feature of humanism is not to produce measurable results, but rather to contribute to training El estado oculto de la salud. Certainly, as Heidegger states, truth is relative to Dasein: That is why Gadamer affirms: In his view, nidomaco is a basis for overcoming subjectivity, which is the shared tradition.