The Humanistic Foundations of Imogene King's Theory of Mutual Goal Attainment and Implications
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Author DetailsBeverly whelton, RN, PhD
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This presentation provides the humanistic foundations of Imogen King's theory of Mutual Goal Attainment through the Classical-Modern synthesis of the Contemporary philosopher, Norris Clark. Classical philosophy tells us humans are substantial (matter/form) beings with the capacities of knowing, reasoning and choosing from options we know. Modern philosophy tells us humans possess their own sense of self. They are beings towards others with self-possession and are self-transcendent and self-communicative finding fulfillment in self-giving. These natural capacities need to be nurtured and supported through education and mutual decision making.
DescriptionNursing Theories: Moving Forward Through Collaboration, Application and Innovation, held November 14-15, 2019 at George Washington University, Washington DC, USA. Hosted by KING International Nursing Group.
Conference NameNursing Theories: Moving Forward Through Collaboration, Application and Innovation
Conference HostKING International Nursing Group
Conference LocationGeorge Washington University, Washington DC, USA
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