Philosophy of Medicine: Reframing the Past, Rethinking the Future
AbstractThe philosophy of medicine is a rapidly growing and progressing branch of philosophy; however, in order for it to remain a distinct field of inquiry, I propose historical reframing based on reflection on its roots and development. In other words, understanding its history is a way to give perspective to the contemporary issues of philosophy of medicine and shape its future...
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