On the Normal and the Pathological

  title={On the Normal and the Pathological},
  author={G. Canguilhem},
Section I Essay on Some Problems Concerning the Normal and the Pathological (1943).- Preface to the Second Edition (1950).- One. Is the Pathological State Merely a Quantitative Modification of the Normal State?.- I. Introduction to the problem.- II. Auguste Comte and 'Broussais's principle'.- III. Claude Bernard and experimental pathology.- IV. The conceptions of Rene Leriche.- V. Implications of the theory.- Two. Do Sciences of the Normal and the Pathological Exist?.- I. Introduction to the… Expand
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