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  1. Primum non nocere
  2. Categorical interpretation of the Oath (Postmodern Heptalogue)
  3. Hippocrates and Enlightenment
  4. Medieval practitioners
  1. a o Change of focus from Galen to Hippocrates
    • Hippocrates was father of medicine and Galen is only his interpreter
    o Puts emphasis on Hippocrates
    o Also came up with their own treatments and medicine but studying Hippocrates on the side
    o Picture shows Hippocrates holding plant and it flowering
    • Galen holding a plant and it was thorny and dry
    • Galen considered a dry era of medicine
    o Start to get a dissociation in the enlightenment
    • Dressed in outfits appropriate for their time frame
    • Before this they were dressed in contemporary clothing
    • Seen as part of the society before
  2. b ...
  3. c "Above all, do no harm"
  4. d • Precept of beneficence and non-maleficence
    • Proscription against euthanasia
    • Interdiction of abortion
    • Precept of purity and holiness
    • Call for competence and specialization
    • Precept of sexual continence
    • Precept of confidentiality
    o Have perceive these as absolute
    o Have divorced Hippocrates and Hippocratic oath from history

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. 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
  2. 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. places of wonder working) properties of place. ! - similar to Asclepion
  4. o 13th century fresco
    o Galen being lectured to by Hippocrates
    • The complexion of the day itself and temperaments of human beings
  5. o Erasistratus and Antiochus
    • Discovery of love sickness
    o Making Hippocrates look like a heroic figure

5 True/False questions

  1. Snake of Asclepius• A Jewish physician in 17th century but not likely the author of the oath
    • More of a prayer than an oath
    • Used in religious schools

          

  2. Medical educationby this time frame, Methodist not around

          

  3. Declaration of Geneva: Physician's CodeStudy of Nature, natural philosophy, seeing elements and humors and how the body works
    Will have a contract with the patients, like insurance

          

  4. Pliny the Elder, Natural Historymain criticism was that it came from Greece
    • The traditional view was that medicine shouldn't change. There are always new things
    • Classifies physicians as being from Greece.
    • People who come in are outsiders.
    • Coming from outside and ruining us with their ideas. Outsiders are seen as inferior so why should we take their medicine?
    • No monolithic view of physicians/medicine

          

  5. Studiolo in the Ducal Palace at Urbino• A reading room inside where there are pictures of all the intellectuals in the world
    • Hippocrates is a mark of humanism and intellect
    • Not just a lower person who is a practitioner of medicine

          

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