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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 5, Number 3, October 2004

Moral theory
pp. 187-187(1)

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Out of fertile muck: the evolving narrative of nursing
pp. 201-207(7)
Author: Spenceley, Shannon M.

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The problematic allure of the binary in nursing theoretical discourse
pp. 208-215(8)
Authors: Thorne, Sally E.; Henderson, Angela D.; McPherson, Gladys I.; Pesut, Barbara K.

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Husserl's theory of wholes and parts and the methodology of nursing research
pp. 216-223(8)
Authors: Schultz, Gary S.; Cobb-Stevens, Richard

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Nursing theories as nursing ontologies
pp. 224-229(6)
Author: Flaming, Don

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Concerning technology: thinking with Heidegger
pp. 242-250(9)
Author: Zitzelsberger, Hilde M.

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Description vs. interpretation – a new understanding of an old dilemma in human science research
pp. 268-273(6)
Authors: Dahlberg, Karin M.E.; Dahlberg, Helena K.

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Author Index
pp. 277-277(1)

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Keyword Index
pp. 278-279(2)

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