Rebelo, Catarina Sofia de Sousa Dinis

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Rebelo, Catarina Sofia de Sousa Dinis
Rebelo, Catarina Sofia de Sousa Dinis
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Catarina Sofia Sousa Dinis Rebelo. She completed her PhD in Philosophy at the University of Coimbra Faculty of Arts in 2020. She has completed her Master's degree in Help Relationships - Existential Phenomenological Psychotherapy Perspectives in 2009 from the University Institute of Social and Life Psychological Sciences and a Degree in Philosophy in 2006 from the University of Coimbra Faculty of Letters. Integrated member of the University of Coimbra Institute of Philosophical Studies (IEF). Within his activities at IEF, his research focus covers the strategic area "Care, Politics and Ethic". She is a permenent member of the Laboratory of Rationality and Applied Ethics, of the Center for Classical and Humanistic Studies (CECH), of the Faculty of Arts of the University of Coimbra (FLUC). Conducts research within the «Hermeneutic Rationality» Project of the R&D Language Interpretation and Philosophy Unit at the University of Coimbra Faculty of Arts. Performs Non-Conventional Therapies - Acupuncture, Traditional Chinese Medicine in a private clinic.
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130-Oct-2020Encontro Terapêutico e Filosofia. Um Caminho Percorrido com Paul RicœurRebelo, Catarina Sofia de Sousa Dinis doctoralThesisopenAccess
22022Pensar o descuido como uma fratura na narrativa do si mesmo em situação de doença.Castro, Paulo Alexandre e; Rebelo, Catarina Sofia de Sousa Dinis ; Autor correspondente: Castro, Paulo Alexandre e.bookPartopenAccess
3Feb-2023A Polymeric Nanoparticle Formulation for Targeted mRNA Delivery to FibroblastsRodrigues, Artur Filipe ; Rebelo, Catarina ; Simões, Susana ; Paulo, Cristiana ; Pinho, Sónia A. ; Francisco, Vitor ; Ferreira, Lino articleopenAccess
428-Nov-2019The quantification of health in the practice of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), from the conception of body that underlies it.Rebelo, Catarina bookPartopenAccess