[Interest of the philosophy of humanitude in caring for patients with Alzheimer's disease].

Abstract

The human being experiences humanitude through other humans. This happens mainly through eye contact, speech and touch. Without this "second" birth, recognition by their species, children's development would be seriously disrupted. People affected by dementia may find themselves cut off from the eye contact, speech and touch which have shaped them and, as a… (More)

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@article{Gineste2010InterestOT, title={[Interest of the philosophy of humanitude in caring for patients with Alzheimer's disease].}, author={Yves Gineste and Rosette Marescotti}, journal={Soins. Gerontologie}, year={2010}, volume={85}, pages={26-7} }