Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by Lester S. King.|
|Series||History of science library, History of science library (Macdonald & Co.)|
|LC Classifications||R148 .K52|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii-x, 209 p.|
|Number of Pages||209|
|LC Control Number||79111293|
Book English National Library of Australia. Open to the public: ; K53 Book English Royal Australasian College of Physicians. History of Medicine Library. Open to the public: Book English State Library of NSW. Open to the public: R . King, Lester S. , The road to medical enlightenment, , by Lester S. King Macdonald & Co.; American Elsevier London, New York Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required. Galenism had been the conceptual framework of medicine from the second century A.D. to the latter part of the 17th century. The scientific revolution gradually replaced the . Euston Road, LondonNW)2BP. By title, Lester King's latest book wouldappearto complementaworkwhichhe published in , The road to medical enlightenment,
The road to medical enlightenment, by Lester S King (Book) 9 editions published writes noted medical historian Lester S. King, as did the horse-drawn carriage from the automobile. In Transformations in American Medicine, King traces the manner in which these changes came about and explains how medical theory of the. 1. Author(s): King,Lester S(Lester Snow), Title(s): The road to medical enlightenment, Country of Publication: England Publisher: London, MacDonald. Lester S. King. The Road to Medical Enlightenment x + pp., index. (History of Science Library.) London/New York: Macdonald and American Elsevier, $ This is an important book describing the progress of late-seventeenth-century theoretical medicine. Its author, Lester S. King, has been at work on the subject for at least. He was also the author of The Growth of Medical Thought (), The Road to Medical Enlightenment, (), Medical Thinking: A Historical Preface (), and Transformations in American Medicine: From Benjamin Rush to William Osler (), among other works. OBITUARIES AND OTHER SOURCES: periodicals. Chicago Tribune, October .
2,38 BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL 23 JANUARY BOOKREVIEWS Medicinein the SecondHalfofthe Seventeenth Century The Road to Medical Enlightenment Lester S. King. (Pp. ; 70s.) Mac-donald. Trevor-Roper has called the period from to "the Age of Enlightenment." Throughout this time progress in medicine was continuous, but Author: M. J. Chamberlain. Type: Medical Practice Scientific Societies Membership: Medical College Amsterdam College of Physicians. Sources. Nieuw Nederlandsch Biographisch Woordenboek. Lester King, The Road to Medical Enlightenment, , (New York, ), pp. This is primarily about his medical theories, not his life. Author of The growth of medical thought, Scientific writing, Transformations in American medicine, Mainstreams of medicine, The medical world of the eighteenth century, The road to medical enlightenment, , Why not say it clearly, American medicine comes of age, Written works: The medical world of the eighteenth century. The Road to Medical Enlightenment, LESTER S. KING. Macdonald, London, and Elsevier, New York, x, pp. $ History of Science Library. Like his earlier works, The Growth of Medical Thought and The Medical Worldofthe Eighteenth Century, Lester S. King's newbookis "deliberately epi-sodic, focusing on certain key figures.