|Clarifying the Nature and Place of a Philosophy of Nursing
PART ONE: ESTABLISHING COMMON GROUND IN NURSING PHILOSOPHY
Pamela J Salsberry
A Philosophy of Nursing
|What Is It? What Is It not?
PART TWO: ACCOMMODATING DIVERSITY IN NURSING PHILOSOPHY
Marlaine C Smith
Arriving at a Philosophy of Nursing
|Discovering? Constructing? Evolving?
Eclecticism in Nursing Philosophy
Rozella M Schlotfeldt
Resolving Opposing Viewpoints
|Is It Desirable? Is It Practicable?
PART THREE: ARTICULATING A SOUND PHILOSOPHY OF NURSING
June F Kikuchi and Helen Simmons
A Pragmatic Philosophy of Nursing
M Patricia Donahue
Developing a Sound Philosophy of Nursing
|Is Historical Nursing Knowledge Necessary?
Myra E Levine
Some Further Thoughts on the Ethics of Nursing Rhetoric
|Making Progress in Developing a Sound Philosophy of Nursing