Taking care of oneself and others
It is observed in them -the classics- in giving a juridical content to this current dogmatic category, which had orthodoxly gone through an empowered casuism, which brought as a consequence the mentioned effects: the inclarity of the gnoseological content.
Both Feuerbach and Carrara distinguished in crime an objective and a subjective component: the former characterized the unjust as an affront to rights and the latter characterized guilt as a reproach. Moreover, in Italy the objective-subjective scheme still remains today, perhaps because of the strength of its so-called Classical School, where it was accepted that man enjoys an organic and spiritual life, as its human dimension, hence the axiom crime as a “legal entity” should be developed from “two concurrent forces, physical and moral”. (Pavajeau, 2010, p.139).
Subsequently, the observance of the legal nature of guilt was discussed and several theories were put forward that in one way or another elaborated the epistemology on the matter. Among the most outstanding ones are:
What is caring for a person
Summary: 15. Introduction: Nursing professionals are exposed to face ethical conflicts due to their own responsibilities associated with caring for people and the fact of working in an increasingly technological and complex health care environment. Objective: To analyze the ethical aspects that influence nursing care, caused by the advance of technology in health services. Development: Nursing professionals are responsible for the use of technology, which requires professional preparation in the use and application of therapeutic or diagnostic techniques; ethical criteria and values proper to the discipline should be used, with a holistic and humanistic vision of people’s care. A care approach based on ethics implies that the nurse considers the human being with respect and absolute dignity. Conclusions: Nursing should evidence humanized care in all the actions it performs, applying ethical knowledge, attitudes and values towards the person to be cared for.
How to take care of others
Kindly, in relation to the matter of reference, in the terms provided for in Articles 26 of the Civil Code, 13 et seq. of the Code of Administrative Procedure and Administrative Disputes, and 6th, numeral 4, of Decree 987 of 2012, the request for a definitive concept on the case in question is answered, in the following terms:
What does parental authority consist of, the grounds for its deprivation, and before which authority can assistance be requested to obtain a visa for a minor, so that he/she can live with his/her mother abroad?
In fact, parental authority refers to a paternal-filial regime of protection of the unemancipated minor child, in the head of his parents, which does not derive from their marriage, since it arises by operation of law independently of the existence of such bond”.
– It is unavailable, because the exercise of parental authority cannot be attributed, modified, regulated or extinguished by one’s own private will, except in those cases in which the same law permits it.
International State Responsibility
Barbara Carper in 1978 described what she called “fundamental patterns of nursing knowledge”, expressing that “the body of knowledge that supports nursing is manifested by patterns, that is, by means of characteristic forms of external and internal expression that show the way of thinking about a phenomenon” 5. These patterns were published in the first edition of Advances in Nursing Science, based on her doctoral work, in which she created a typology of patterns of nursing knowledge which she called: empirical/the science of nursing; aesthetic/the art of nursing, the component of personal knowledge in nursing; and ethical/the component of moral knowledge in nursing 8.
Empathy is an important mode in the pattern of aesthetic knowledge; putting it into practice allows one to know the other person in unique and particular situations; “it is the experience of feeling through empathic knowledge”. Nursing has many skills to perceive and empathize with other people’s lives; it has a range of knowledge that allows it to identify and understand various ways of perceiving reality in order to provide and effectively satisfy the care it provides. Based on the above, it is important for the nurse to ask herself the following questions: Do I know what I do and Do I do what I know? Based on the answers, the nurse will develop the art of professional performance in the most assertive way possible 11).