This important book analyzes the major schools of thought in contemporary Western science in order to arrive at a philosophy (or philosophies) of science consistent with the discipline of nursing.
After examining traditional empiricist views of science, the contributors focus on the schools of thought that challenge them. Next, they introduce postmodern schools of thought including feminism, phenomenology, critical theory and poststructuralism.
Each analytic discussion is followed by a chapter exploring how particular tenets of the school have influenced the development of nursing knowledge and nursing science.
M. Adelaide Nursing Chair, School of Nursing, John Hopkins University. Professor and Independence Chair, School of Nursing, John Hopkins University.
Release date NZ
March 13th, 1995
Edited by Anna Omery
Edited by Christine E. Kasper
Edited by Gayle G. Page
Country of Publication
SAGE Publications Inc
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