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GONZALEZ AGUNA, Alexandra  and  SANTAMARIA GARCIA, José María. Limits of language and its implication on limits of care: on subject of Wittgenstein and Nursing. Ene. [online]. 2018, vol.12, n.2, LCC1v12n2. ISSN 1988-348X.

The person can represent images of the world and this is possible because of its condition of being rational endowed with language. A language that influences the construction of one's own person as a being of care. Under this framework, Nursing has proposed languages to represent situations of care, which historically delimit situations to the context of professional action. The language of the nursing community can represent professional attention. However, can this language represent care in its maximum meaning? Wittgenstein forges the bases of the present work with the propositions of his work "Tractatus logico-philosophicus", from which arises the study towards a language model for an ontology of care.

Keywords : Nursing Care; language; Health Information Systems.

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