personalistic approach

personalistic approach (perˑ·s·lisˈ·tik ·prōchˑ),

n a medical philosophy that holds that illness occurs as a result of dysfunction in intrapersonal and interpersonal relationships.
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Wojtyfa favors a more personalistic approach, and so he presents a phenomenological account of willing focused on the person's lived experience of deciding and choosing, which define the essence of volition.
John Paul II's philosophy of the acting person; a personalistic approach to life.
Opinions likely will differ over Janeway's many biographical vignettes and his personalistic approach to this historical period.
The 1970's brought a revisitation of 'values" but under a personalistic approach called "Values Clarification.