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Korean Journal of Medical History 2003;12(2): 167-178.
히포크라테스와 19세기 프랑스 의학
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Hippocrates and the Nineteenth-century French medicine
In Sok Yeo
Department of Medical History Yonsei University College of Medicine, Korea.
ABSTRACT
Hippocrates, the father of medicine, has been represented in many ways throughout the history of medicine. His influence on later medicine took different forms from one epoch to another. Hippocrates' medical doctrine was quite influential until Renaissance period, and with the arrival of modern medicine, the method or the spirit of Hippocrates had been valued more highly than his medical doctrine. Nineteenth century French medicine shows us how the influence of Hippocrates is still vivid even in the nineteenth century. Hippocrates, as the author of the Ai Wate Places became the founder of environmental medicine with the flourishing of meteorological medicine. And in the hands of medical ideologues he also became an proclaimer of the ideology that stressed the correspondence between men, society and nature. Laennec represented Hippocrates as the true pioneer in Clinical Medicine to which he himself made a great contribution. These various images of Hippocrates show us the universal nature of his medicine.
Key Words: Hippocrates, Ninetenth Century, French Medicine
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