Entre el idealismo mágico Y racionalismo positivista. Sobre la eficacia sanadora de las cadenas de oración

Between magic idealism and positivism rationalism. About the efficacy of prayer chains to heal.

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Jairo Echeverry Raad

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Este artículo es una invitación a reflexionar sobre la eficacia de las cadenas de oración, impulsadas por algunas corrientes religiosas, a la luz de revisiones sistemáticas que cuestionan la validez de estudios originales.

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Jairo Echeverry Raad, Universidad Nacional de Colombia

Profesor titular. Departamento de Pediatría, Facultad de Medicina. Universidad Nacional de Colombia

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