Polarisation, incivility, and scientific debate during covid-19—an essay by Agnes Arnold-Forster
Agnes Arnold-Forster argues that anger, incivility, and unprofessional conduct have always played a part in topical scientific debates.
Social Pharmacology as an Underappreciated Field in Medical Education: A Single Medical School’s Experience
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The social aspects of medicine andmedical education are more than imperative nowadays, given that several societal determinants, such as health care systems, political settings, unemployment, racial…
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THE NICOMACHEAN ETHICS
This revised translation of Aristotle's classic treatise contains ten books based on the famous doctrine of the golden mean which advocates taking the middle course between excess and deficiency.…