Examining Holistic Medicine

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Douglas Stalker, Clark N. Glymour
Prometheus Books, 1985 - Medical - 406 pages
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A critical discussion of both the philosophical rhetoric of holistic medicine and the specific therapies used, this book provides an analysis of the movement and its controversy.

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Some good sections - reads like it's doctrinaire. There may be nothing in C/AM, but the books starts off with that conclusion like the public speaker who is there to make points, not to examine issues ... Read full review

Contents

Why Examine Holistic Medicine?
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Engineers Cranks Physicians Magicians
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Psychological Causation and the Concept
67
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About the author (1985)

Clark Glymour is Senior Research Scientist at IHMC and Alumni University Professor of Philosophy at Carnegie Mellon University.

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