John Henry Newman's Vision Of The Catholic Medical School

Newman Studies Journal 4 (2):21-30 (2007)
Though many Newman scholars are aware of the success of the Medical School of the Catholic University in Dublin, less attention has been paid to his philosophical view which undergirded the medical school. This essay examines Newman’s developing “idea” of a university in light of the Medical School, which was not simply to train practitioners of medicine, but also to educate physicians in an awareness of the spiritual truths and values at stake in the practice of medicine and so serve to integrate the body, mind, and heart as well as to provide links between religion and science
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