The Virtue of Reality: Global Strategies in the Management of Transfusion-Related Risks
Literature and history are replete with allegories that speak to virtue “not as something to be possessed, but as the central part of human nature- not as something to have but as something to be” . To Aristotle, virtue in man is the activity of reason and rationally ordered habits. Yet when one examines the fundamental traits of human character — honesty, compassion, courage and perseverance — reality is not be found. Yet if global strategies for the management of transfusion-related risks are to be fostered, reality — what is real or existent or underlies appearances — must be taken fully into account.
KeywordsGlobal Strategy Jigsaw Puzzle Blood Safety Quality Assessment Criterion Member State Level
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