El paradigma neurogenómico: La libertad y las dimensiones antropológicas del paciente

Jon Lecanda, Alberto I. Vargas

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12775/SetF.2015.016

Abstract


(The Neurogenomic Paradigm. Anthropological Dimensions and Freedom in the Care of the Patient)

The experimental scientific method disengages the body from the mind and the spirit. Ascertaining the meaning of each individual may overcome the methodological limitations within the current scientific paradigm. The noetic clues afforded by Neurogenomics via an integrative anthropological perspective should pave the way to heal the individual who feels ill, at the heart of his or her disease.




Keywords


freedom; illness; neurogenomics; anthropology; spirit

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