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The Last Follower of ‘Medical Systems’ or Pioneer of a New Approach to Therapy?

  • Tytus Chalubinski
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Part of the Philosophy and Medicine book series (PHME, volume 37)

Abstract

Tytus Chałubińiski (1820–1889), a physician, scientist and philosopher, is usually viewed as the founder of the Polish school of philosophy of medicine, and the date of publication of his book, The Method of Finding Therapeutic Indications, 1874 [10], as the establishment of this school.

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Typhoid Fever Therapeutic Indication Practical Science Pathological Phenomenon Antipyretic Drug 
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