2017
DOI: 10.1590/0104-070720170000550017
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Abstract: Objective: to systematize the strengths and challenges of Axel Honneth's Theory of Recognition, and to reflect on these as support for research in health care.Method: this is a reflection article which considers the potential of incorporating the category of recognition in the Honnethian proposition for research, understanding, exercising of practice and management of health care.Results: the process of recognition promotes the exploration and understanding of relations of power and respect, above all in terms… Show more

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“…That said, the subject only understands himself through the objective realization of his intersubjective pretensions, that is, the subject conceives himself as someone recognized, from the relationship with the other, pointing out his skills and qualities, generating the reconciliation and formation of a distinct and particular identity (4) .…”
Section: State-of-the-artmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…That said, the subject only understands himself through the objective realization of his intersubjective pretensions, that is, the subject conceives himself as someone recognized, from the relationship with the other, pointing out his skills and qualities, generating the reconciliation and formation of a distinct and particular identity (4) .…”
Section: State-of-the-artmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In other words, rehabilitation care has a constructive and procedural character, involving liberating autonomy in decision making. In the case of rehabilitation nursing, this occurs after a moment of life disruption, for example, the situation of disabling illness or disease, with emotional, social and financial commitment to individuals and families, founding care with a search for the reconquest and reconstruction of personality in an individualized way (4) . In this sense, this reflection invites students and nursing professionals to rethink and expand interpretive horizons.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Historical, related to the contingent, surroundings where each of those involved in the relationship lives. This relationship, as an emancipatory process of both involved, should be of mutual aid and solidarity, with successive periods of demarcation and approximation, always based on confidence (Wernet, Mello, & Ayres, 2017). A process with a time "0" (beginning) and a time in the future.…”
Section: Some Dimensions Of the Process Of Carementioning
confidence: 99%
“…Nessas relações são consideradas o acolhimento, a responsabilização e a ótica de novas possibilidades, tanto para quem cuida, como também para quem demanda de cuidado. Deste modo, há a transformação dos indivíduos em seres autônomos e criativos, em busca de padrões normativos que respeitem os valores e necessidades biopsicossociais 13 .…”
Section: Introductionunclassified