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Heilung und Magie in pastoralmedizinischer Sicht

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Heilung ist Wiederherstellung einer verlorengegangenen Ordnung. Die gegenwärtige Medizinphilosophie, die allmählich ein dreischichtiges Menschen-bild entwickelt: Mensch, Mitmensch, Gott, unterscheidet drei Formen des Heilens: Pragmatisches Heilen, Magisches (suggestives) Heilen, Psychotherapeutisches Heilen. Für die Pastoralmedizin, dem gegenseitigen Dienst von Theologie und Medizin, ist dieses dreischichtige Schema konstitutiv, sie fügt weitere drei Formen des Heilens hinzu: die extramedikale Heilung, die charismatische Heilung und die sakramentale Heilung.


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