The Medical Art of Body and That of Soul: On the Mutual Influences between Ancient Greek Medicine and Philosophy

Modern Philosophy 5:95-101 (2009)

In the West the ancient world, the relationship between medicine and philosophy is very close. This paper attempts to discuss the origin of ancient Greek rational medicine start of the pre-Socratic period to the Hellenistic period of ancient Greek medicine and philosophy, the interaction between the initial sort. Through the relationship between ancient Greek philosophy and medicine clues to the evolution of the outline, that the understanding of ancient Greece, ancient Greek philosophy and medicine for the importance of learning
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