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    Don Bates
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Cambridge Core - Social and Cultural Anthropology - Knowledge and the Scholarly Medical Traditions - by. .However much the three great traditions of medicine - Galenic, Chinese and Ayurvedic - differed from each other, they had one thing in common: scholarship.

Cambridge Core - Social and Cultural Anthropology - Knowledge and the Scholarly Medical Traditions - by Don Bates. The foundational knowledge of each could only be acquired by careful study under teachers relying on ancient texts.

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5. Scholarship and social context: a medical case from the eleventh-century Near East Lawrence I. Conrad; 6. The experience of the book: manuscripts, texts, and the role of epistemology in early medieval medicine Faith Wallis; 7. Artifex factivus sanitatis: health and medical care in medieval Latin Galenism Luis Garcia-Ballester; 8. Epistemology and learned medicine in early modern England Andrew Wear; Part.

However much the three great traditions of medicine - Galenic, Chinese and Ayurvedic - differed from each other, they had one thing in common: scholarship. Because of this, scholarly medical knowledge offers a rich field for the study of different cultural.

DON BATES, ed. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1995. The medical writings of early medieval western Europe c. 700 – c. 1000 have often been derided for their disorganised appearance, poor Latin, nebulous conceptual framework, admixtures of magic and folklore, and general lack of those positive features that historians attribute to ancient or later medieval medicine.

Don Bates, Knowledge and the Scholarly Medical Traditions (1995), p. 162; Google Books. Chapter 6, Witch-hunting, Harold V. Routh, "The Advent of Modern Thought in Popular Literature: Witch Controversy; Pamphleteers" ch. 16, in The Cambridge History of English and American Literature, v. 7, "English: Cavalier and Puritan", Ed.

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However much the three great traditions of medicine-- Galenic, Chinese and Ayurvedic--differed from each other, they had one thing in common: scholarship. The foundational knowledge of each could only be acquired by careful study under teachers relying on ancient texts. The ways in which practitioners used these texts varied among historical periods and cultures, providing a rich field for the study of different cultural practices in the legitimation of knowledge. The essays in this volume, contributed by specialists in the history and anthropology of these traditions, range from historical investigations to studies of present-day practices.