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Islamic Medicine

By: Edward G. Browne

Islamic Medicine
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In this book the author indicates the part played by the scholars and physicians of Islam, especially of Persia, in the transmission of medical science through the dark ages, from the decline of the ancient to the rise of the modern learning. He also suggests to lovers of Arabic and Persian literature that they had hitherto allowed the poets and euphuists to occupy a disproportionate amount of attention to the exclusion of the scientific weltenschauung which forms the background of these lighter, through more artistic efforts.
Table of Contents:

LECTURE 1
Meanings of the term “Arabian Medicine” – Periods Arabian and Islamic history --- the Transmission of Greek learning --- Syria and Persian contributions --- The Latino Barbari--- Aptitude of Arabic for scientific purposes.
LECTURE 2
Evolution of Scientific Terminology in Arabic--- Was dissection practiced by the Muslims? Four early Persian medical writers.
LECTURE 3
Recapitulation --- Arabian Popular Medicine --- The Translators from Arabic into Latin –Practice of medicine in the time of the crusades—Anecdotes of notable cures in Arabic and Persian literature—Psychotherapeusis—Love and Melancholia--- Persian medical works --- Introduction of European Medicine into Muslim lands.
LECTURE 4
Contribution of the Moors of Spain--- The School of Toledo—Persian medical literature from the twelfth to the fourth teen centuries ---Biographical works of the thirteenth century--- Muslim hospitals ---Letters of “Rashid the Physician “ --- Outlines of Muslim cosmogony, physical science and physiology ---Conclusion…
Product Code GW0199
Condition New
Weight 0.210Kg
Binding Paper Back
Genre Islaam
Publisher Goodword Books
Publication Date 2007
Dimension 21.5 x 14 cm 142 Pages
ISBN 10 8187570199

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