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He didn't abandon Galenian concepts of herbal medicine, but his understanding was deeper, richer, and more holistic -- turning empirical, "evidence-based" medical herbalism into a kind of subset of a much larger universe of thought and practice. Quite unsurprisingly, this unlikely view is seriously undersubscribed in both philosophy and psychology.
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This line of inquiry has been productive on two levels. Nor does the inference go in the opposite direction. Viewing the breadth of his work and the endurance of so many of his ideas not to mention a universe of thought that did not endure -- perhaps because we have not the sufficient collective consciousness to comprehend themit does not seem hyperbolic to say that he was "the precursor of chemical pharmacology and therapeutics, and the most original medical thinker of the 16th century.
Then the question of whether or not traits exist is emphatically not the issue dividing more and less skeptical approaches to character.
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Bitter hatred seethes in their every vein, and they suck the blood of Britain while scheming how to "pour their yellow millions" over her land. Christina Rossetti's biblical allusions, for example, keep turning to Milton in a way that quietly demonstrates the pervasiveness of his poetry.
Paracelsus is widely credited with not only being the "father of modern medicine" -- in part because of his expansive and radical departure from the apothecary practices of his time -- but the father of lesser known or respected practices and disciplines, including iatrochemistry and balneology.
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