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5 Matching questions

  1. Asclepius
  2. Votives
  3. Methodist
  4. Hippocrates and Scholastacism
  5. Liberal arts in late antiquity and medieval time
  1. a ...
  2. b by this time frame, Methodist not around
  3. c o 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
  4. d grammar, dialectic, rhetoric, geometry, arithmetic, astronomy, and music
    o Art of the free people
  5. e body parts of what you heal up, sculptors

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. custom/law
  2. • Canon of texts from Hippocrates and Galen read in order
  3. o Study of Nature, natural philosophy, seeing elements and humors and how the body works
    o Ethics - practicing the art for the sake of the art itself not money
    • Like Hippocrates - no money
    • Puts best good foward
    o Philosophy - natural philosophy, both the physician and philosopher have a common bond; logic and ethics are necessary to know in order to be a philosopher
  4. • These saints have mythological tones similar to Asclepius
    • Birth - miraculous births
    o Twin boys and their medicine/art was empowered by Jesus
    o Better than pagan doctors
    • Training
    o Empowered by Jesus as opposed to Pagan Gods
    • Miraculous Cures
    o Pray to them and they can treat you
  5. - Utmost respect of human life; tried to make more specific what physicians should do

5 True/False questions

  1. Exegesis of medical works (running commentary and exegetical treatise) Prolegomenagrammar, dialectic, rhetoric, geometry, arithmetic, astronomy, and music
    o Art of the free people

          

  2. Celus, De medicina...

          

  3. Hippocratic Oath and doctoral ceremoniesit's an oath (invocation, promise, punishment)
    o invocation - swearing in, called upon the witness
    o Promise - by person who swears oath, what you're going to do; treat master's sons and brothers,e ducate them as his own and will not teach anyone who has not sworn oath
    • Some prohibitions, also some positives
    • Never cut a person open
    • Don't harm patients
    • Overall conduct
    • Respect the house, respect property
    • Confidentiality
    • In regard to respect, you can't have sex with patients, etc
    • In regard to confidentiality, you gotta keep things to yourself and not tell patients.
    o The punishment - for doing it is a curse.

    o Erasmus of Rotterdam (1466 - 1536)
    o Philipp Melanchthon (1497 - 1560)
    • These two were faces of humanism in the renaissance
    • Start to discuss the oath itself with students, don't make them take it however.

          

  4. Asclepiadanother Greek word for those who practice medicine, derived from Asclepius; descendent of his

          

  5. Hippocrates and Democrituso Hippocrates summoned by people of Abdera, where Democritus comes from
    o Democritus laughing at everything in life
    • Promises money to H
    • Hippocrates doesn't need money but went ahead to cure Democritus
    • Hippocrates claims he didn't take money
    o Hippocrates writing down where melancholy/madness comes from (black bile)
    o Portrayed better than a philosopher, in relation to him

          

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