History of Medicine from Ancient Greece to the Classical World of Islam lecturer: Dr Peter e pormann



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History of Medicine from Ancient Greece to the Classical World of Islam

lecturer: Dr Peter E Pormann



Week 5: Medical deontology:

Between the Hippocratic Oath and Quackery
Further reading:

L. Edelstein, ‘The Hippocratic Oath’, in: id., Ancient Medicine. Selected Papers of Ludwig Edelstein (Baltimore, Johns Hopkins University Press, 1967); classmark: R 135.E3

V. Nutton, ‘Healers in a Medical Market Place: towards a Social History of Graeco-Roman Medicine’, in A. Wear (ed.), Medicine in Society (Cambridge, 1992) ; classmark: R 131.M3

id., ‘Beyond the Hippocratic Oath: the Earlier Historical Setting of Professional Ethics’, in A. Wear, et al. (eds.), Doctors and Ethics, Clio Medica 24; classmark: R 724.D6

H. von Staden, ‘“In a pure and holy way”: Personal and Professional Conduct in the Hippocratic Oath?’, Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences 51 (1996), 404–37 [available electronically]

T. Rütten and Leonie von Reppert-Bismarck, ‘Receptions of the Hippocratic Oath in the Renaissance: The Prohibition of Abortion as a Case Study in Reception’, Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences 51 (1996), 456–83 [available electronically]

Sources:

William H. S. Jones (ed.), Hippocrates, Loeb Classical Library 148 (vol. 2, London and Cambridge Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1926); classmark: PA 3612.H4

J. Longrigg, Greek Medicine: from the Heroic to the Hellenistic Age: a Source Book (London : Duckworth, 1998), section VIII



The short Hippocratic text Law can also be found at http://etext.library.adelaide.edu.au/h/hippocrates/h7w/law.html




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