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In recent years, global health has been called to consubstantiate health policies and practices.
And such authorship will take place through the satire and irony that consubstantiate in the already mentioned relationship between the title and the epigraph.
Its value relies basically on the fact that it consubstantiates our desire for formal equality, dignity, freedom and autonomy.
Apart from being a particularly characteristic source of their interest for Khayyam, it consubstantiates a comparative line of analysis already discussed by several authors (among them Rodriguez Monegal and Perez Lopez).