4 edition of Herman Boerhaave (1668-1738) found in the catalog.
Herman Boerhaave (1668-1738)
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Series||History of science and scholarship in the Netherlands -- v. 3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 237 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||237|
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Herman Boerhaave, Herman also spelled Hermann, (born DecemVoorhout, Netherlands—died SeptemLeiden), Dutch physician and professor of medicine who was the first great clinical, or “bedside,” teacher. Boerhaave graduated in philosophy from the University of Leiden in and in medicine from the academy at Harderwijk in Herman Boerhaave.
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Powers turns his attention to Herman Boerhaave (–), a Dutch medical and chemical professor whose work reached a wide, educated audience and became the template for chemical knowledge in the eighteenth primary focus of this study is Boerhaave’s educational philosophy, and Powers traces its development from Boerhaave’s early.
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Herman Boerhaave was born on the last day of December,about one in the morning, at Voorhout, a village two miles distant from Leyden; his father, James Boerhaave, was minister of Voorhout, of whom his son, in a small account of his own life, has given a very amiable character, for the simplicity and openness of his behaviour, for his.
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The title-page is new, a preface by the author is added, an errata leaf and an advertisement leaf advertising the English translation of a work of Herman Boerhaave () have been prefixed to the original title page. Rare Books copy bound in contemporary Cambridge binding, rebacked.
Oud Poelgeest gate, Herman Boerhaave's home in Leiden, seen from the entrance on the back side. Herman Boerhaave. Oud Poelgeest is castle in Oegstgeest, north of Leiden, that was the former home of the Dutch scientist Herman Boerhaave (–).
He Coordinates: 52°10′47″N 4°29′06″E / °N. Power's book is a concise work, dense with information, yet highly accessible for historians and nonhistorians alike., In this extensive and meticulously researched study, John C.
Powers brings Herman Boerhaave--a central player in the deployment of the 'new science' in European higher education--to life, revealing him as a self-aware scholar who engaged both his predecessors and.
Herman Boerhaave: | | | |Herman Boerhaave| | | | | || World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most. In Inventing Chemistry, historian John C. Powers turns his attention to Herman Boerhaave (), a Dutch medical and chemical professor whose work reached a wide, educated audience and became the template for chemical knowledge in the eighteenth primary focus of this study is Boerhaave’s educational philosophy, and Powers traces its development from Boerhaave’s Pages: The definitive study of Boerhaave is G.
Lindeboom, Herman Boerhaave: The Man and His Work (). A good background book is Douglas Guthrie, A History of Medicine (; rev. Encyclopedia of World Biography. I pulled the volume gingerly from its plastic wrapper, and opened it to the title page. Imagine my surprise when I discovered Dr.
Boerhaave. He was the last person I expected at this book fair. Herman Boerhaave (–) was one of the most important scientific figures in eighteenth-century Europe.
Herman Boerhaave, who held professorships in medicine, botany, and chemistry at the University of Leiden, is often considered the most important medical teacher after Galen.
Known during his lifetime as "The Teacher of Europe," his reputation was purported to have reached all the way to China. Previously, historians of science and medicine have stressed the mechanical aspects of his teachings. In this, his second volume of essays, Christopher Booth covers a range of topics across three centuries—from the life and work of Herman Boerhaave (), who wrote the first modern medical textbooks and implemented clinical teaching in Leiden, to the changing concepts of health and disease during the 20th by: 1.
As quoted in Thomas Steele Hall, A Source Book in Animal Biology (), As quoted in selection from the writings of Herman Boerhaave, collected in Oliver Joseph Thatcher (ed.), The Ideas that Have Influenced Civilization, in the Original Documents (), Vol.
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