Changing Disciplines: Lectures on the History, Method, and Motives of Social Pathology

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John A. Ryle has been described as a late Victorian intellectual, because he viewed medicine as an art as well as a science. In reality, his writings were intended to reform medical education. He aimed to capture the medical curriculum and restructure the methodological and epistemological basis of medicine. Changing Disciplines i s a compilation of some of Ryle's most thought-provoking lectures about the need to recreate medicine as a humanistic science. Changing Disciplines was intended to be a manifesto for a new ...

Changing Disciplines: Lectures on the History, Method, and Motives of Social Pathology 1994, Transaction Publishers, New Brunswick, NJ

ISBN-13: 9781560007463

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