There are many paths defined by the authors who have participated in this book—all paths that lead towards the same sea. These waters are turbulent, moved by continuous currents, tides, and undertows. This is the sea of countless possibilities and endless forms that subjectivity can take on in different contexts of disease and care. Through their descriptions, the authors reflect on and discuss the importance of the construction of subjectivity within the system of relationships of healthcare that makes possible its emergence. Subjectivity is not just considered as an entity that a priori characterizes a person, but as a singular and original process that develops over time through the experiences with one’s own body, with others, and with the world.
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