THE HEART, THE SOUL AND THE BODY AS THE MEASURE OF HUMAN MORAL VALUE


  • Paweł Świerczek
  • Bartosz Wanot Polonia University in Czestochowa
  • Adrianna Kosior-Lara Polonia University in Czestochowa

Abstract

Treatment, therapy and rehabilitation of heart diseases, as opposed to unnecessary transplantation and surgery, constitute the heart, the ethics and the professional oath of people performing these tasks. It is not money in the form of a bonus, but human life that is an essential part in this game, even if the patient became partially disabled, they would still want to live and be useful to society. The soul is the immaterial and immortal element animating the body and leaving it at the time of death. The soul is characteristic of animate objects endowed with breathing , as opposed to the dead ones. A predilection for the human body is a relative matter, depending on the taste of an observer or a life partner. It may be hard- working, slothful or lazy, virtuous, sinful or indifferent. The human body is inherently holy, sinless and it gives life pleasures not only to itself but also to the partner. 

Treatment,therapyandrehabilitationofheartdiseases,as opposedtounnecessarytransplantationandsurgery,constitutetheheart, theethicsandtheprofessionaloathofpeopleperformingthesetasks.Itis notmoneyintheformofabonus,buthumanlifethatisanessentialpart inthisgame,evenifthepatientbecamepartiallydisabled,theywouldstill wanttoliveandbeusefultosociety.Thesoulistheimmaterialandimmortal elementanimatingthebodyandleavingitatthetimeofdeath.Thesoul ischaracteristicofanimateobjectsendowedwithbreathing,asopposed

1       Dr hab. PawełŚwierczek

2       Dr n.med.BartoszWanot,Koordynator  Instytutu  Zdrowia  i Pielęgniarstwa,

adiunkt, Akademia Polonijna w Częstochowie, b.wanot@ap.edu.pl

3       Mgr piel.AdrianaKosior-Lara,InstytutZdrowiai Pielęgniarstwa,AkademiaPolo-

nijna w Częstochowie


 

tothedeadones.Apredilectionforthehumanbodyisarelativematter, dependingonthetasteofanobserveroralifepartner.Itmaybehard- working,slothfulorlazy,virtuous,sinfulorindifferent.Thehumanbodyis inherentlyholy,sinlessanditgiveslifepleasuresnotonlytoitselfbutalso to the partner.

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Dostęp 26.02.2016

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Published
2016-09-06
How to Cite
Świerczek, P., Wanot, B., & Kosior-Lara, A. (2016). THE HEART, THE SOUL AND THE BODY AS THE MEASURE OF HUMAN MORAL VALUE. Scientific Journal of Polonia University, 16(1), 29-35. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.23856/1602

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