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Religion and medicine in the Middle Ages
Religion and Medicine in the Middle Ages PETER BILLER and JOSEPH ZIEGLER God, Galen and the Depaganization of Ancient Medicine VIVIAN NUTTON Moses, Galen and Jacques Despars: Religious Orthodoxy as aExpand
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Ut Dicunt Medici: Medical Knowledge and Theological Debates in the Second Half of the Thirteenth Century
  • J. Ziegler
  • Medicine
  • Bulletin of the history of medicine
  • 1 June 1999
Le dialogue interdisciplinaire entre les medecins et les theologiens est analyse en demontrant la densite des textes medicaux incorpores par les theologiens dans leurs textes, ainsi que le niveau deExpand
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Practitioners and saints: medical men in canonization processes in the thirteenth to fifteenth centuries.
  • J. Ziegler
  • Medicine
  • Social history of medicine : the journal of the…
  • 1 August 1999
This article shows that recourse to expert medical judgement for authenticating miracles has medieval roots which lead to the thirteenth century. It provides a survey of those cases in the printedExpand
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Educating for Personalized Medicine: A Perspective From Oncology
The personalized‐medicine concept represents the future of oncology medicine. New genomics technologies will characterize patients biologically in ways that will drive more efficient and effectiveExpand
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Medicine and Religion c. 1300: The Case of Arnau de Vilanova
Introduction The Language of the Physicians who Produce Spiritual Texts Medicine as a Vehicle for Religious Speculation Medicine for the Preachers Medicine and Religion: Between Competition andExpand
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Medicine and Religion c.1300
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The Origins of Racism in the West
1. Introduction Benjamin Isaac, Joseph Ziegler and Miriam Eliav-Feldon 2. Racism: a rationalization of prejudice in Greece and Rome Benjamin Isaac 3. The invention of Persia in classical Athens H. A.Expand
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