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Elisha Bartlett's Philosophy of Medicine: 83 (Philosophy and by W.E. Stempsey PDF

By W.E. Stempsey

ISBN-10: 140203041X

ISBN-13: 9781402030413

ISBN-10: 9048167744

ISBN-13: 9789048167746

the belief of getting ready a brand new serious version of Elisha Bartlett’s Essay at the Philosophy of scientific technology used to be advised to me a number of years in the past by way of Dr. H. Tristram Engelhardt, Jr. considering that that point it's been a excitement to get to grasp the lifestyles and paintings of Elisha Bartlett. i'm happy to be finishing this booklet within the bicentennial yr of Bartlett’s beginning. Bartlett was once born in 1804 in Smithfield, Rhode Island, lower than twenty-five miles from Worcester, Massachusetts, my current home—a brief trip even in Bartlett’s day. i've been in a position to stroll at many of the websites to which Bartlett consistently back in the course of his existence. traveling Bartlett’s grave within the Slatersville cemetery has been an proposal for the instruction of this ebook. Proximity to numerous associations with wealthy holdings in Bartlett’s works and in nineteenth-century American background of medication enormously facilitated my learn. First, even though, i would like to recognize the varsity of the Holy pass for helping my sabbatical depart for the educational yr 2003-2004. the yank Antiquarian Society, in Worcester, Massachusetts, was once beneficiant in giving me entry to its notable assets. i used to be capable of finding a lot of Bartlett’s released works and different nineteenth-century clinical literature there, and the whole library employees supplied speedy and capable study assistance.

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