By S. Kay Toombs

This paintings offers a phenomenological account of the adventure of ailment and the style during which that means is constituted by means of the sufferer and the general practitioner. the writer presents a close account of how during which disease and physique are apprehended in a different way by way of surgeon and sufferer. This identify has been provided the 1st Edwin Goodwin Ballard Prize in Phenomenology.

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