Edward Seidler

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We trace the history of medical pluralism in Germany from the perspective of a clinically oriented medical anthropology. The continuation of naturopathic medicine in both formal and informal health care illumines fundamental epistemological issues. Cultural and social forces in Germany shaped the scientific and technical development of medicine, which(More)
Eduard Seidler sets his discussion of the teaching of medical ethics in the Federal Republic of Germany against an historical background. Immediately after the Second World War the freshness of the memory of the 'Nuremberg Medical Trials' influenced the way in which moral dilemmas were treated in Germany. At the present time no systematic instruction in(More)