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  1. Testimonies
  2. Articella
  3. Secularization of medicine
  4. Doctor's Trial, Nuremberg Trials
  5. Stele of Epidaurus
  1. a • Stele of Epidaurus/ Theodore of Sykeon - Theodore makes signs of cross then prayer before curing anyone, not much in regards for medical implements
    • Aelius Aristides (117-181 AD) / Life and Virtues of St. Martin, Bishop of Tours
    o (Both He and Theordore gave accounts in the first person)

    • Means of cure - Theodore makes signs of cross then prayer before curing anyone, not much in regards for medical implements
    o Not like Asclepius because he uses medication and cuts people open
    o Beyond what any physician would do
    o A saint looking toward the power of god to heal someone
    o Not using prognosis, he is predicting the future (prophecy)
    • Cause of disease -sins, evil, something causing it, there's a hole in what is good, demons
    o For Asclepius, it's an imbalance in the body, very Greek medical
    • Reason for testimony - glorification, convincing people to be healed
    o Believe in the Saint for the cure
    • Healing patrons and pagan gods - a certain saint could heal a certain part / disease
  2. b Were told that they violated the commandment; wasn't valid since Hippocratic Oath was created so long ago.
    • Nazi doctors experimenting on Jewish people
    o Nuremberg code (1947) - no more human experimentation
  3. c clergy took care of the sick. Churches secluded themselves by not sending clergy to med school.
    o Slave doctor: had knowledge handed down to them, no university education. Skilled at what they did. Slave doctors could treat effectively but couldn't explain why they were doing what they were doing. Could they read?
    o The clergy took care of the sick, repository for Greek and Latin knowledge, educated and can read, practitioners of medicine.
    o We think of medicine as secular, it didn't use to be.
    • Churches didn't think they needed to be secular
  4. d Asclepius uses medications, he cuts people open, uses medical implements (something medical about it), practicing a technae
    Asclepius = imbalance in the body, no causation of a God making
  5. e Constantine Africanus (12th century AD), Alexander of Tralles (6th century AD)
    o Collection of excerpts from different authors
    • Ancients are important but so are contemporaries
    • Ancient textbook is not the only thing the person has read

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. places of wonder working) properties of place. ! - similar to Asclepion
  2. Roman word for doctor, he who practices health
  3. Theodore makes signs of cross then prayer before curing anyone, not much in regards for medical implements
  4. (end of 15th century)
    o Shows oath was not very important in universities until this time
    o Starts putting into the appendex of the articella
    • shows how to get a good student rather than taking the oath
    • without pagan gods
    • interpretation of the oath but using it in a way that works for them
  5. beginning with a question

5 True/False questions

  1. Methodist• Short pithy statements / very practical

          

  2. Bologna curricula (1405)Constantine Africanus (12th century AD), Alexander of Tralles (6th century AD)
    o Collection of excerpts from different authors
    • Ancients are important but so are contemporaries
    • Ancient textbook is not the only thing the person has read

          

  3. Enkuklios paideiao Means the circle of education - early Greek term for the liberal arts

          

  4. Quadriviumfirst 3 of liberal arts, particularly how they broke up the liberal arts
    o Grammar, logic and rhetoric
    o The way liberal arts was broken down in renaissance

          

  5. Pliny the Elder, Natural HistoryTheodore makes signs of cross then prayer before curing anyone, not much in regards for medical implements

          

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