By Ludwig Edelstein
A vintage research of medication in antiquity, historical medication brings jointly a lot of Ludwig Edelstein's most crucial paintings on a topic that occupied him all through a exotic profession. incorporated is his widely recognized translation of and statement at the Hippocratic Oath, in addition to his different writings at the oath which reveal how bizarre it truly is of Greek scientific proposal. The ebook additionally explores the effect of empiricism and skepticism on Greek and Roman medication, the perform of anatomy and dietetics in antiquity, and the relation of historical drugs to old philosophy.
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Praechter, Die Phil-Osophie des A ltertums12, 1 926, pp. 6 1 ff . That the various forms of Pythago rea nism, especial ly the earliest doctrine a nd that of the fourth century B . C . , must be sharply dist í nguished admits of no doubt a fter the studies of E. Fra n k , Plato u. d. sogenannten Pythagoreer, 1 9 2 3 . To h i m 1 a m also i n debted for his advice in many a controversial matter discussed in this paper. 62 The ethical code ca n be divided i nto two parts of which the first (cf. above , p.
Ln Rome specialization in certain diseases reached a clímax. Nothing definite is known about 28 THE HIPPOCRATIC OATH But Iithotomy as performed in antiquity was n ot a more daring opera tion than many another which the general practitioner undertook with out hesitation. 87 lf moderation on his part is the gen eral issue, why is he n ot asked to forezo the treatment of ali diseases for which the ancients had specialists ? 1 t is true, a distinction is made in the Oath between that which the physician should do an M u llach, 1 , 1 883, p . 433, goes so far as to claim that justice was the pri ncipal virtue of the Pythagorea ns . But this is a late Neo-Platonic re-interpretation. m And indeed , to blend the concept of justic� with that of forbearance is charac te ristic of the Pythagoreans. They abhorred violence ; only if pro voked by injustice would they resort to force. 11 2 M ore over , the consequences drawn in the Oath from the ethical stand ards there imposed are in strict keeping with those principies which the Pythagoreans enforced u pon their followers.
Ancient Medicine: Selected Papers of Ludwig Edelstein by Ludwig Edelstein
M u llach, 1 , 1 883, p . 433, goes so far as to claim that justice was the pri ncipal virtue of the Pythagorea ns . But this is a late Neo-Platonic re-interpretation. m And indeed , to blend the concept of justic� with that of forbearance is charac te ristic of the Pythagoreans. They abhorred violence ; only if pro voked by injustice would they resort to force. 11 2 M ore over , the consequences drawn in the Oath from the ethical stand ards there imposed are in strict keeping with those principies which the Pythagoreans enforced u pon their followers.