5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Primum non nocere
- Art (techne), knowledge (episteme), opinion (doxa)
- Doctor (doctor physica)
- Exegesis of medical works (running commentary and exegetical treatise) Prolegomena
- a custom/law
- b Someone who teachers, doctor of natural philosophy
- c • Agnellus Ravenna, Commentary On the Sects (6th century AD)
o Running commentary (beginning to end) vs. exegetical treatise (cuts out certain stuff to prove/agree with his point)
• Exegetical treatise - on joints
• Latin Commentary on the Aphorisms (6-7th century AD)
o Commenting on and interpreting texts by the great philosophers
o Medicine studied the same way philosophy is, and a canon studied in a specific way
o Prologue - description of what art is, the subject matter, etc
o Prolegomena - overview; authors, aim of the text, context,
• Galen writes prolegomena with his "order" texts
- d "Above all, do no harm"
- e ...
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- o Breaking it up in different sects
o Against the Methodists, they were irrational
o Galen doesn't have a sect
- bimar, "ill person"; stan, place
o Name for Islamic hospital
- Life and Virtues of St. Martin, Bishop of Tours
- comes across as idea of experience through the writers eyes.
- go to certain Saints for healings, treated for specific disease.
- Bologna curricula (1405) p.198-199
- o Religion
• Christianity has a book that tells you how to practice/worship
o Cult - individual to each location on how things are practiced
o No religion of Asclepius
5 True/False Questions
Hippocrates and Artaxerxes → o Hippocrates refusing Artaxerxes' gifts in painting
• He was seeking Hippocrates' help
• Persian king wanted Hippocrates to help cure plague on his people
• Hippocrates says no to the gifts even if it would make him rich, he only wanted to cure people.
• Besides, Persians were attacking the Greeks and that's where his loyalties lie.
Empiricist → by this time frame, Methodist not around
Hippocrates and Enlightenment → o 13th century fresco
o Galen being lectured to by Hippocrates
• The complexion of the day itself and temperaments of human beings
Hagiography → • Short pithy statements / very practical
Articella → part of a saint) and the snake of Asclepius