Greek rational medicine : philosophy and medicine from Alcmaeon to the Alexandrians

James Longrigg

The ancient Greek medical thinkers were profoundly influenced by Ionian natural philosophy. This philosophy caused them to adopt a radically new attitude towards disease and healing. James Longrigg shows how their rational attitudes ultimately resulted in levels of sophistication largely unsurpassed until the Renaissance. He examines the important relationship between philosophy and medicine in ancient Greece and beyond, and reveals its significance for contemporary western practice and theory.

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  • Introduction Chapter I. Pre-rational and Irrational Medicine in Greece and Neigbouring Cultures Chapter II. The Origin and Development of Rational Medicine in Classical Greece Chapter III. Philosophy and Medicine in the Fifth Century I: Almaeon and the Presocratic Philosophers Chapter IV. Philosophy and Medicine in the Fifth Century II: Presocratic Philosophy and the Hippocratic Corpus Chapter V. Post-Hippocratic Medicine I: Medicine and the Academy Chapter VI. Post Hippocratic Medicine II: Medicine from Lyceum to Museum Chapter VI. Early Alexandrian Medical Science Appendix

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書名 Greek rational medicine : philosophy and medicine from Alcmaeon to the Alexandrians
著作者等 Longrigg, James
出版元 Routledge
刊行年月 1993
ページ数 ix, 296 p.
大きさ 23 cm
ISBN 041502594X
NCID BA20712369
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言語 英語
出版国 イギリス
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