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  1. Asclepiad
  2. Problemata
  3. Doctor's competence and licensure
  4. Hippocrates and Humanism
  5. Ordinary and Extraordinary lectures
  1. a another Greek word for those who practice medicine, derived from Asclepius; descendent of his
  2. b o By a person who is essentially a professor of that university
    o A minor lecture
    • One in the morning, then evening
    • Read parts of the text
    • Very ordered and structured
    • Medicine is a 4 year program at the time
  3. c beginning with a question
  4. d o Humanism - the idea of moving back to the original
    • Getting away from Arabic translations
    • Reading original authors in their totality
    • The way people perceived Hippocrates and medicine
    • Symphony of Plato
    • Has Plato, Galen, Hippocrates and Aristotle
    o Shown in agreement with one another
    o Aristotle and Galen's beliefs don't actually agree
  5. e Spend at least 1 year as an apprentice after completing school. Licensing: need a university education but there had been exceptions.
    o Standards of competence for a doctor Page 450.
    o 3 year university education, 5 years of studying medicine, then you have to pass a test
    • Need government regulation for his

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. 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
  2. ...
  3. o Erasistratus and Antiochus
    • Discovery of love sickness
    o Making Hippocrates look like a heroic figure
  4. Greek word for doctor
  5. custom/law

5 True/False questions

  1. Hippocrates and Scholastacismo Galen, Avecenna, Hippocrates
    • 3 major readings
    o The way medical texts were looked at in Medieval setting
    • Look at them analytically
    • Argue back and forth the reason for differences in opinion

          

  2. Personal vs. professional ethicsStudy of Nature, natural philosophy, seeing elements and humors and how the body works
    Will have a contract with the patients, like insurance

          

  3. Votivesbody parts of what you heal up, sculptors

          

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

          

  5. MedicusRoman word for doctor, he who practices health

          

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