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A HISTORY OF MEDICINE  Volume 2: Early Greek, Hindu, and Persian Medicine, Henry E. Sigerist
Author Name:    Henry E. Sigerist

Title:   A HISTORY OF MEDICINE Volume 2: Early Greek, Hindu, and Persian Medicine

Binding:   Softcover

Book Condition:   Very Good

Edition:   First Edition

Publisher:    Oxford University Press, USA 1987

ISBN Number:   0195050797 / 9780195050790

Seller ID:   10976

Pages clean and intact, one page seen with a small tear and some creasing, age tanning to page edges. Cover has light scuffing/light corner wear, price sticker on rear. Volume II details the development of medicine among the early Indo-European peoples--Greeks, Indians, and Persians. The Indo-Europeans were the first to use empirical knowledge to develop philosophical systems of medicine which looked beyond the sick man for universal laws. This volume examines the Greek rational systems which are the foundations of modern science, and the similar Near Eastern approaches, which had an additional mystic component better suited for handling mental and spiritual problems. [321-noto] ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 368 pages


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