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Title Renaissance medical learning : evolution of a tradition / edited by Michael R. McVaugh and Nancy G. Siraisi
Imprint Philadelphia, PA : History of Science Society, c1991
book jacket
 Fu Ssu-Nien WTN LANG BK  R141 R393 1991    AVAILABLE  -  30530001124957
Descript 244 p. : ill. ; 26 cm
Series Osiris, 0369-7827 ; 2nd ser., v. 6 (1990)
Osiris (Bruges, Belgium) ; 2nd ser., v. 6
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
The medical meaning of physica / Jerome J. Bylebyl -- The construction of a philosophical medicine : exegesis and argument in Salernitan teaching on the soul / Mark D. Jordan -- The nature and limits of medical certitude at early fourteenth-century Montpellier / Michael R. McVaugh -- Jewish appreciation of fourteenth-century scholastic medicine / Luis García-Ballester, Lola Ferre, Eduard Feliu -- History, novelty, and progress in scholastic medicine / Chiara Crisciani -- Theory, everyday practice, and three fifteenth-century physicians / Danielle Jacquart -- Giovanni Argenterio and sixteenth-century medical innovation : between princely patronage and academic controversy / Nancy G. Siraisi -- Girolamo Mercuriale's De modo studendi / Richard J. Durling -- The reception of Fracastoro's theory of contagion : the seed that fell among thorns? / Vivian Nutton
Subject Medicine, Medieval
History of Medicine, Medieval
History of Medicine, 15th Cent
History of Medicine, 16th Cent
Médecine -- 14eme-16eme siècle. ram
Alt Author McVaugh, M. R. (Michael Rogers), 1938-
Siraisi, Nancy G
History of Science Society
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