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ISBN:
0333383249
ISBN13:
978-0333383247
Author:
Len Doyal,Ian Gough
Publisher:
Palgrave Macmillan (August 23, 1991)
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384 pages
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1269 kb
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Who Needs Human Needs? Len Doyal, Ian Gough. Rejecting fashionable subjectivist and cultural relativist approaches, this important book argues that human beings have universal and objective needs for health and autonomy and a right to their optimal satisfaction

Who Needs Human Needs? Len Doyal, Ian Gough. The Inevitability of Human Needs. Len Doyal, Ian Gough. Rejecting fashionable subjectivist and cultural relativist approaches, this important book argues that human beings have universal and objective needs for health and autonomy and a right to their optimal satisfaction. The authors develop a system of social indicators to show what such optimization would mean in practice and assess the records of a wide range of developed and underdeveloped economies in meeting their citizens' needs. autonomy economy grammar health media political economy politics strategy.

Len Doyal, Ian Gough. Rejecting fashionable subjectivist and cultural relativist approaches, this important new book argues that human beings have universal and objective needs for health and autonomy and a right to their optimal satisfaction

Len Doyal, Ian Gough. Rejecting fashionable subjectivist and cultural relativist approaches, this important new book argues that human beings have universal and objective needs for health and autonomy and a right to their optimal satisfaction. The authors develop a system of social indicators to show what such optimisation would mean in practice and assess the records of a wide range of developed and underdeveloped economies in meeting their citizens' needs. An extremely challenging and thought-provoking study which will undoubtedly become the focus of a major debate.

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Rejecting fashionable subjectivist and cultural relativist approaches, this important book argues that human beings have universal and objective needs for health and autonomy and a right to their optimal satisfaction.

Argues that human beings have universal and objective needs for health and autonomy and a right to their optimal satisfaction. Macmillan International Higher Education, 23 Ağu 1991 - 381 sayfa. The authors show what such optimization would mean in practice and assess the records of developed and underdeveloped economies in meeting their citizens' needs. Argues that human beings have universal and objective needs for health and autonomy and a right to their optimal satisfaction.

Len Doyal FRSA FRSocMed is emeritus professor of medical ethics at Queen Mary, University of London and a medical . A Theory of Human Need (with Ian Gough).

Len Doyal FRSA FRSocMed is emeritus professor of medical ethics at Queen Mary, University of London and a medical ethicist. He was born in Atlanta, Georgia in 1944 and studied philosophy and sociology at Georgia State University, earning his undergraduate degree (with distinction) in 1966. That same year he was awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to study with Karl Popper at the London School of Economics.

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Len Doyal and lan Gough differentiate between basic health needs and the more cognitive autonomous needs, and have created a useful list of intermediate needs. Their model also considers the satisfaction of needs for entire groups as well as for individuals.

E-books have DRM protection on them, which means only the person who purchases and downloads the . Prefaces Introduction PART I: RELATIVISM AND THE PROBLEM OF HUMAN NEED Who Needs Human Needs?

Prefaces Introduction PART I: RELATIVISM AND THE PROBLEM OF HUMAN NEED Who Needs Human Needs?