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Medicine and philosophy in classical antiquity : doctors and philosophers on nature, soul, health and disease

  • Van Der Eijk, Philip J.
  • Cambridge University Press
  • 2010
Medicine and philosophy in classical antiquity : doctors and philosophers on nature, soul, health and disease
  • 자료유형
    단행본
  • 서명/저자사항
    Medicine and philosophy in classical antiquity : doctors and philosophers on nature, soul, health and disease / Philip J. van der Eijk.
  • 발행사항
    Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2010.
  • 개인저자
    Van Der Eijk, Philip J.
  • 형태사항
    xiv, 404 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
  • 서지주기
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
  • 내용주기
    I Hippocratic corpus and diocles of carystus : 1 The ‘theology’ of the Hippocratic treatise On the Sacred Disease - 2 Diocles and the Hippocratic writings on the method of dietetics and the limits of causal explanation - 3 To help, or to do no harm. Principles and practices of therapeutics in the Hippocratic Corpus and in the work of Diocles of Carystus - 4 The heart, the brain, the blood and the pneuma: Hippocrates, Diocles and Aristotle on the location of cognitive processes - II Aristotle and his school : 5 Aristotle on melancholy - 6 Theoretical and empirical elements in Aristotle’s treatment of sleep, dreams and divination in sleep - 7 The matter of mind: Aristotle on the biology of ‘psychic’ processes and the bodily aspects of thinking - 8 Divine movement and human nature in Eudemian ethics 8.2 - 9 On Sterility (‘Hist. an. 10’), a medical work by Aristotle? - III Late antiquity : 10 Galen’s use of the concept of ‘qualified experience’ in his dietetic and pharmacological works - 11 The Methodism of Caelius Aurelianus: Some epistemological issues.
  • 일반주제명
    Medicine, Greek and Roman
    Medicine, Ancient
    Medicine - Philosophy
    Soul
    Nature
  • ISBN
    9780521142977, 0521142970
  • 언어
    영어

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I Hippocratic corpus and diocles of carystus
1 The ‘theology’ of the Hippocratic treatise On the Sacred Disease
2 Diocles and the Hippocratic writings on the method of dietetics and the limits of causal explanation
3 To help, or to do no harm. Principles and practices of therapeutics in the Hippocratic Corpus and in the work of Diocles of Carystus
4 The heart, the brain, the blood and the pneuma: Hippocrates, Diocles and Aristotle on the location of cognitive processes

II Aristotle and his school
5 Aristotle on melancholy
6 Theoretical and empirical elements in Aristotle’s treatment of sleep, dreams and divination in sleep
7 The matter of mind: Aristotle on the biology of ‘psychic’ processes and the bodily aspects of thinking
8 Divine movement and human nature in Eudemian ethics 8.2
9 On Sterility (‘Hist. an. 10’), a medical work by Aristotle?

III Late antiquity
10 Galen’s use of the concept of ‘qualified experience’ in his dietetic and pharmacological works
11 The Methodism of Caelius Aurelianus: Some epistemological issues