Living Human Dignity: A Nightingale Legacy

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Abstract

The authors in this article present the humanbecoming ethical tenets of human dignity: reverence, awe, betrayal, and shame. These four ethical tenets of human dignity are examined from a historical perspective, exploring how Rosemarie Rizzo Parse has conceptualized these ethical tenets with added descriptions from other scholars, and how Florence Nightingale lived human dignity as the founder of modern nursing.

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