Adam Hayden reviews Dien Ho’s A Philosopher Goes to the Doctor: A Critical Look at Philosophical Assumptions in Medicine (Routledge: 2019). Dien Ho is a philosopher who goes to the doctor, in his book with
Chelsea Saxby reflects on public feelings about the NHS through TV viewers’ nostalgia for inter-war GPs What might audience responses to a ‘feel good’ Sunday night drama, set in the Scottish Highlands between the
Barbara Hargreaves reflects on saintly suffering and medical failures in twelfth-century religious works about saints. Mabel of Stotsfield, a nun at the priory at Chicksands in the twelfth century, was, one day, sent on
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