Je te soigne, tu me soignes, Dieu nous soigne : une humanité soignée : l'éthique du care au regard de la théologie catholique

Abstract : No life, from its begenning to its end, can subsist without enjoying special care. From maternal care to medical care, not to mention tokens of plural attentions, care appears as an essential meeting during wich life is given more value and more support. Jointly, christian faith conveys the idea of a care wich reveals the living presence of God in the heart of human history with a view to saving it from any suffering and any death. Imagining life as a theological place consists in perceiving the importance of a personal meeting with God that everyone can experience and which is prompted by a form of charity which restores and saves. Confronted with the present ethical questions, christian faith involves and allows everyone to show his true worth through the dedication of his life to others and the living relationship with God. Combining care ethics and theology account for a nursing process both human and religious which, for man, appears as a true service to life.
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Sébastien Klam. Je te soigne, tu me soignes, Dieu nous soigne : une humanité soignée : l'éthique du care au regard de la théologie catholique. Religions. Université de Lorraine, 2015. Français. ⟨NNT : 2015LORR0191⟩. ⟨tel-01754493⟩

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