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From these parameters, it follows that one must be aware of the historical determination of all understanding.

This rejection of an applied ethics is a general feature of all hermeneutic approaches to clinical ethics. It is a fact that this occurs.


Junges proposes completing the casuistic approach with a hermeneutics of suspicion that interprets the ethical, anthropological and socio-cultural assumptions that determine how the realities of life and health are understood in the current society and culture 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 Community and tradition That practical reasoning finds support in the basic human goods that guide it does not mean that it provides absolutely objective knowledge.

But it is also true that his life is dependent on the doctor, ethically speaking, when the latter is doing his job properly. This characteristic of dialogue is not a psychological opening to the other, which is understood as mere empathy, the putting of oneself in the place of the other, but is an opening of an ontological nature.

In his view, the aim of all understanding and of any consensus based on it is agreement on the thing itself. For the author, ethical judgment is included in clinical evaluation, so it is artificial to formulate an ethics applied to medicine.

Hermeneutics does not provide a method, but an awareness of our mediated ability to reach the truth. And, as he points out in another context, understanding a text and agreeing in a conversation have something in common: This goes beyond mere empathy and is based on the Platonic idea of the doctor, not as someone who dispenses from above, but an individual who simply initiates the process of healing in another That is why conscientious objection is so important.


It is a state of internal measurement that is not nicoomaco determined through simple objective evaluation. Therefore, in general, little dialogue between doctor and patient is necessary. His interpretive theory aims, therefore, to be based on the internal professional standards of the practice of care although without neglecting its connection with external morality.

Determining what is lacking in this requires interpretation.

In his view, the hermeneutics of the twentieth century tends to reject the possibility of univocal interpretations, admitting an indefinite variety of readings. The question is why it occurs. Health is an end that qualifies the measures conducive to it as truly good.

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Secondly, because the contexts of the interpretation of doctor and patient are different and, so therefore, are their preconceptions; Moral experience primarily involves feelings. But to have consulted well appears to be a certain good, for such a rectitude of consultation, as becomes the mean of obtaining good, is good consultation It tries to reach an agreement and this is done remaking the way towards the subject. For MacIntyre all reasoning takes place within the context of a traditional way of thinking.

Following Heidegger, Gadamer shows that all understanding is continuously determined by the anticipatory movement of pre-comprehension Understanding not only dialogues with a text — or a patient — but also establishes a dialogue with tradition.

This idea plays a prominent role in all hermeneutic approaches, but without an ontological base, one wonders to what extent the dialogue between doctor and patient makes sense.

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 Moreover, in the light of the Aristotelian approach, the individual who must procure health is not primarily the doctor, but the patient. Hermeneutics is effective in putting the focus on dialogue, rather than method.


Clinical ethics as medical hermeneutics.

The role of medical ethics is not so much to explain and apply ethical theories and principles, but to interpret and evoke all that encompasses moral experience: Update Hermeneutics and decision making in clinical ethics. It is therefore difficult, unlike what some hermeneutic approaches claim, to replace the usual decision-making models by a methodological scheme inspired by hermeneutics. This refers to virtue, which is formed by habit, because, as Stagirite teaches, none of the ethical virtues occurs in us through nature, as nothing that exists by nature is modified by custom This allows the mutual questioning of prejudices that are constitutively linked to any act of understanding, and in some cases can distort that understanding.

But he warns that when it comes to politics – and here we could include ethics – a young man is not an appropriate student, since he has no experience of life. Studies in medicine and literature have been introduced in some countries, and have proved very useful. 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 For example, the medical tradition has undergone important transformations in the last decades, moving from the previously accepted paternalism to a growing respect for patient autonomy.

This theory takes into consideration four parameters 7: It is true, ut suprathat it is the patient who has to decide what is good in the case of their own health. 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.

Abstract Modern hermeneutics deals with the conditions of the possibilities of human understanding.

It is significant that Gadamer considers that the humanities are part of moral knowledge