Hippocratic Medicine: its Spirit and Method

@article{Jones1942HippocraticMI,
  title={Hippocratic Medicine: its Spirit and Method},
  author={W. H. Jones},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1942},
  volume={149},
  pages={422-423}
}
THE exact relationship of philosophy to the sciences has long been a much-debated subject, although there is today general agreement among the writers on ancient thought. The older generations of historians tended to regard the earliest philosophy as similar to modern science in object and method, although they admitted, or rather assumed, its strongly metaphysical character. Recently, however, efforts have been made to prove that Greek philosophy was entirely different from modern science. It… Expand
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