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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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However, they don't require the report from biomedical diagnostic laboratories if they think the illness results from personalistic causes and if they are confident about the specific naturalistic causes from their physical observation of symptoms on a patient, and from the response of the patient to their questions during diagnosis.
On the other hand, if authoritarian institutions are personalistic, elite defections are more likely to take place when popular challengers emerge.
This unconditioned recognition of the other, which is based on the transcendence of the subject in regard to the other, presupposes an anthropology which considers the human being as constitutively opened and transcended to the Other: this means that without the transcendental dimension of the subject, no radical personalistic anthropology is possible (Forte 2012b, p.
It is a polytheism because they missed the early opportunity to recognize their Christology in terms of a modal rather than a personalistic trinity (Sabellius, 220 CE).
Lee claims that compared to power-sharing regimes, armed forces in personalistic dictatorships are more vulnerable to internal splits and are, therefore, more likely to defect by forming a pact with opposition forces.
This treatment of the "social function" is based as much on personalistic assumptions as is the principle of universal destination of material goods.
1) Christianity is "universalistic, personalistic, and moralistic" and thus readily gives rise to a humanitarian distortion of itself.
He covers regime ideology and postcommunism, a decade of ideological divergence: Russia and Central and Eastern Europe during the 1990s, building regime ideology in Putin's Russia: a personalistic approach, and building regime ideology in post-Deng China: striving for institutionalization.
The variety of Latin American parties encompasses strongly institutionalized, bureaucratic and hierarchical party types as well as personalistic platforms with fluid membership and weak institutionalization.
During their sparing attempts to deepen the ideas, professionals end up developing a personalistic attitude, with articulation through personal contacts via referrals or individual initiatives.
Aristotelian Substance and Personalistic Subjectivity, MARK K.
Finally he considered the culture of the people or the Filipino character: we are highly personalistic and family-oriented.