Munchen:: J. F. Lehmanns, 1925., 1925. 8vo. 132,  (ads) pp. Index. Red-stamped greycloth with green border piping; two postcards and two holographic letters from author, laid in. Very good. Dr. Honigmann was an internist and well-respected medical historian and philosopher who promulgated the concept of Kunstfertigkeit, that medicine was an art (ars medendi) that dealt with the treatment of sick persons. This practice of healing, and the interactions between physician and patient, was far more relevant than scientific breakthroughs in biology, biochemistry, chemistry, and other fields. This view that medicine is an art (first) and a science (second) was supported by other medical thinkers such as Ernst Schweninger and Richard Koch [The Growth of Medical Knowledge, p. 4). (Inventory #: SEG1084)
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