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  • Hippocratic Medicine And Humoral Theory
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    Introduction Hippocratic medicine remains one of Ancient Greece's lasting contributions to the field of science. Lacking the equipment physicians today take for granted when diagnosing and healing their patients, Hippocratic physicians were forced to create a novel system for explaining and curing disease based upon the prevalent scientific theories of their era. This system became known as the humoral theory of disease. Humoral theory incorporated the theories of Presocratic philosophers in ord...
  • Formation Of Darwinos Theories
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    When Charles Darwin released his findings on Natural Selection in 1858, he did not do so in a vacuum. Many factors contributed to the formulation of his theories, and many popular misconceptions contradicted his conclusions to the point that he was reluctant to publish them for sixteen years. Despite widely held opposing doctrine, the intellectual environment of the day was already receptive for DarwinOs ideas. Although considered radical at the time, these ideas can be seen in retrospect as an ...
  • Early Joint Publication Of Darwin's Theory
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    Charles Robert Darwin Charles Darwin (12 February 1809-19 April 1882) was a British naturalist who achieved lasting fame as originator of the theory of evolution through natural selection. He developed his interest in natural history while studying first medicine, then theology, at university. Five years on the Voyage of the Beagle brought him eminence as a geologist and fame as a popular author. His observations of biology led him to study transmutation of species and develop his theory of natu...
  • Theory Of Causes
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    Greek and Roman Influence in Psychology Virtually every branch of knowledge, as we know it today, came from particularly two powerful empires of the ancient past, which are the Greek and Roman Empire. Although there were other civilizations, such as the Arabs and the Mayans, that made progress in knowledge, especially mathematics, the Greeks and Romans have been more recognized for the development of other branches of knowledge. The Greeks and Romans have been known to be the promoters of the na...
  • Natural Price Theory And Macroeconomic Model
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    web 1 The Natural Price Theory and Macroeconomic Model Gonzalo P'erez-Seoane Abstract The Natural Price Theory and Macroeconomic Model suggest the existence of a natural economic order, an order which may be hidden in the very essence of human social and intelligent behaviour, an order which would facilitate the ultimate harmonisation of the actions of all individuals, peoples and nations, an order which would make the world economic system, as a whole, both understandable and rational. The Natu...
  • Darwin's Theory Of Evolution
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    PART C PRESENT INFORMATION TO DISCUSS THE HUXLEY-WILBERFORCE DEBATE ON DARWIN'S THEORY OF EVOLUTION. It was observations of variations between species and individuals by scientists in the nineteenth century (Darwin and Wallace) which led to the proposal of the evolution of life. Darwin created the theory of natural selection, which explained how organisms developed advanced structures to adapt and survive. The theory of natural selection proposes that it is the environment that selects favourabl...

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