学術雑誌論文 スピリチュアルケアにおけるナラティヴの意義について(原著論文)

宮嶋, 俊一

4pp.18 - 27 , 2016-03-31 , 北海道生命倫理研究会
ISSN:2187-834X
内容記述
Spirituality is a phenomenon that is thought of “not as religion itself but as religious.” With the word “spiritual” we can talk about the meanings of death and life without being bound to a specific religious tradition; thus, the attention to spiritual care is increasing in the area of end-of-life care. Spirituality can be thought of in two aspects, namely nomothetic and ideographic; the latter regards every experience of patients as being unique and non-replicable. This posture is common with the narrative approach in the end-of-life care. Moreover, the characteristic of creativity present in the narrative has the new possibility to create “a new story” without being bound to the conventional religious story.
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