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personalism

(pĕr′sŭn-ă-lĭzm)
A social theory of health care that stresses the importance of respect for the dignity and individuality of those people for whom care is provided.
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Developing Dietrich von Hildebrand's Personalism, JOHN F.
On the other hand, in China and Burma, nonpersonalistic authoritarian rule organised around power-sharing institutions mitigated personalism and created favourable conditions for military loyalty and the military's use of force against the demonstrators in defence of authoritarian governments.
Thus, Lee's theories on personalism, while compelling in his specific case studies, may not be nearly as applicable to regime transitions in other regions or in the future.
Personalism "is fundamentally phenomenological in character and is based upon descriptions of our observation and participation in reality.
Lee is also right in his observation that in Asia the militaries remained loyal to the autocratic regime like in Burma in 2007 and on Tiananmen Square because there was an absence of personalism.
This paper focuses on Osis' critique of Leibniz, revealing why Osis opposed the philosopher's work, and how he thus demonstrated the necessity of Personalism philosophy.
ISLAMABAD -- Chairman Pakistan TehreekiInsaaf (PTI) Imran Khan was doing politics of personalism by ignoring vital issues being confronted by the country, Parliamentary Secretary for Information Mohsin Shahnawaz Ranjha and former Minister Haji Ghulam Ahmed Bilour said Monday.
Similarly, the Personalism strand of philosophy is compatible in a number of respects with relational theologies and systems.
Hellie and I always noted the roles of personalism, favoritism, corruption, elite shenanigans, and other anti-rationalistic" factors in late Muscovy's administrative governance.
Karol Wojtyia goes so far as to argue that a broadly Thomistic anthropology and ethics are necessary for grounding an adequate personalism.