Enfoques 19 (1-2):95-110 (2007)

Abstract
El pensamiento de Maimónides se nutre de las dos cosmovisiones más importantes que han configurado el pensamiento occidental, es decir, la judía y la helénica. Por tanto, la concepción de la medicina que nos ha legado el sabio cordobés se sustenta sobre una antropología que considera al hombre como ..
Keywords Maimónides   medicina   Hipócrates   Galeno   microcosmos  Maimonides   medicine   Hippocrate   Galen   microcosm
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