A great number of changes in the last fifty years have turned Medicine into a predominantly technical activity. This must be added to the effects of a long history of links between medical institutions and public authorities—a certain politicization of Medicine. There is a fundamental question to consider: could the development of digital technologies allow for a reversal of these processes, towards a pattern of activity and medical care that may be less industrial and more human?
|Keywords:||Social Function of Medicine, Reflexiveness, Rehumanization of Medicine, Social Context of Medicine, Nonlinear Evaluation, Principle of Beneficence, Currents in Bioethics, Roles of Physician, Defensive Medicine, Medicine and Philosophy, Wish-fulfilling Medicine|
Tenured Scientist, Institute of Philosophy, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, -, Madrid, Spain
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