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The externally legible body, with its freight of authority and exclusive knowledge, was eventually produced over the course of the next 150 years, and had all the benefits for the medical profession that Floyer predicted, but it was never based on the multi-faceted pulse of Chinese medicine. Meanwhile, shifts in the intellectual culture of western Europe ± and 34 Acupuncture, Expertise and Cross-Cultural Medicine especially the rising authority of the sciences, as illustrated by DuHalde and James ± filtered contentiously but irresistibly into medicine.
After this they have recourse to a most antient [sic] book, which is the standard of their practice, find out the denomination of the pulse, and the remedies appropriated to the particular disease, of which it is the concomitant symptom. 28 But most importantly, James ridiculed Chinese theories and medical knowledge, and the positive tone in which both had previously been reported: [The Chinese] imagine, that there is a certain circulation of the blood and spirits, which conveys the radical moisture, and the native heat, thro' the veins and vessels of the twelve members .
Encountering illness: lay expectations of Chinese medicine After a tedious passage from Macao to the Chinese mainland, Lord Macartney and Captain Erasmus Gower sent the ship's tender, the Clarence, and a small party to shore at Chusan in search of native pilots who could guide the larger ships to Tientsin. George Staunton, the Embassy's historian and Macartney's right-hand man, led this group and recorded the subsequent events: During the stay of the Clarence in Chu-san harbour, one of the persons who came in her was seized with a violent cholera morbus, in consequence of eating too freely of some acid fruit he had found on shore.
Acupuncture, Expertise and Cross-Cultural Medicine by Roberta E. Bivins (auth.)