Ancient Greek and Roman Medicine

PHILOSOPHY 3801

This course introduces students to the practice and theory of medicine in the ancient Mediterranean, beginning in Egypt and continuing through Greece and Rome. It ends in the Middle Ages. Greco-Roman medicine will be our focus. How was disease understood by practitioners and, as far as can be reconstructed, by laypeople? What form did surgical, pharmacological, and dietitic treatment take? What were the intellectual origins of Greek medicine? The social status of medical practitioners? How was medicine written and in what terms did its practitioners conceive it?
Course Attributes: EN H; BU IS; AS HUM; AS LCD; AS SD I; FA HUM; AR HUM; CFH MH

Section 01

Ancient Greek and Roman Medicine - 01
INSTRUCTOR: Salas
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Section A

Ancient Greek and Roman Medicine - A
INSTRUCTOR: Gonzales
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Section B

Ancient Greek and Roman Medicine - B
INSTRUCTOR: Bunde
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Section C

Ancient Greek and Roman Medicine - C
INSTRUCTOR: Morris
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