The philosopher as ethicist, the ethicist as storyteller
What is he doing there? This question animates most of Dick Zaner's bioethics essays. His presence in the hospital baffles people, and not the least charm of Zaner's writing is that he shares their bafflement.
Frank, A. W. (2011)., The philosopher as ethicist, the ethicist as storyteller, in , Clinical ethics and the necessity of stories, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 153-163.
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