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The real problem of understanding occurs when, in an effort to understand a content, the reflective question arises as to how the other has come to his or her opinion. The problem of interpretation As Gadamer points out, health is a hidden concept. In a radical sense, why approach what is distant?

This practical knowledge has a formative potential that is very useful in applied ethics, such as, for example, in the training of professionals with a humanist and not merely a technicalist sense editoril In an even more indeterminate manner, Lingiardi and Grieco propose that the doctor should become a philosopher 13and that a true dialogue between doctor and patient must be formed.

Commenting on Stica, Grondin points out that a distinctive feature of humanism is not to produce measurable results, but rather to contribute to training Undoubtedly, clinical ethics are important, but so is the history of medicine and the humanities in general. It is not that I impose myself, or that another imposes himself, as in a greedos of power.

In general, it must be said that every reading must contain an application And it makes no difference whether he is young in years or youthful in character; the defect does eticw depend on time, but on his living, and pursuing each successive object, as passion eeditorial. Similarly, in the world of law, the just is the person who wants to give to each their own.

According to Thomasma, there are several factors on which the relative weight of values and principles of each case depends. It may be questionable to say that the patient is similar to a text that the doctor must interpret, but the truth is that the medical act, both in its clinical and ethical aspects, cannot be performed outside the narrative of the patient. As Gadamer says, written tradition, from the moment it is deciphered and read, is so pure in spirit that it speaks to us as if it were current Hermeneutics does not provide a method, but an awareness of our mediated ability to reach the truth.


Understanding not only dialogues with a text — or a patient — but also establishes a dialogue with tradition. It has been commonplace since antiquity to describe the importance of the narration of events from the past to the present. Pre-understanding is not merely an act of subjectivity, but is determined from the community that unites us with tradition. Therefore, one cannot understand another if one does not understand the world. The hermeneutical approach would consist, in his opinion, of listening to the voices of all the characters in the drama.

In his view, there is a basis for overcoming subjectivity, which is the shared tradition. Libro VI, 5, a In understanding, one does not only dialogue with a text — or a patient — but also with tradition.

The problem comes with difficult cases. In this type of cases, two basic types of good are at stake, respectively: Precisely because of this, Aristotle stresses the importance of knowledge for the prudent. After all, training requires memory a type of selective memory and memory is one of the parts of prudence Princeton University Press; All understanding is determined by the anticipatory movement of pre-understanding. Libro VI, 9, b This rejection of an applied ethics is a general feature of all hermeneutic approaches to clinical ethics.

This dialogue is enriching because it illuminates, hence the importance of training. There is a hermeneutic dimension to the doctor-patient relationship.

In a general sense, he points out that in every subject he carefully judges the individual who is both being instructed in that subject and, in an absolute sense, being instructed in everything. Leder realizes that one cannot remain in an endless state of interpretation, but that cases must be resolved.


In the field of the humanities, dialogue is directed at the discovery of things. Only secondarily can these become the object of moral reflection. I find myself part of a history and that is generally to say, whether I like it or not, whether I recognize it or not, that I am one of the bearers of a tradition An ontic base Svenaeus states that: Faced with the difficulties of doing so, the attention of the study then turns to the tool of dialogue.

Determining what is lacking in this requires interpretation. This presupposes that, for many of the aspects presented, there is some kind of access, albeit partial, to objective truth.

Ferment in US bioethics. You cannot understand the other if you do not understand the world.


In his view, the aim of all understanding and of any consensus based on it is agreement on the thing itself. Although the origin of this idea comes from Gadamer, such approaches do not reach the profundity of his thought. It is therefore difficult, unlike what some hermeneutic approaches claim, to replace the usual decision-making models by a methodological scheme inspired by hermeneutics.

It is true, ut suprathat it is the patient who has to decide what is etca in the case of their own health. El estado oculto de la salud.

The relationship between doctor and patient is not primarily a power relationship. Because, radically, it is neither my truth nor your truth, but a truth to which, despite the inevitable subjective conditions of understanding, it is possible to accede in one form or another.