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Clínicas Veterinarias de Norteamérica 2008. Volumen 38 Nº 5: by Gary Landsberg, Debra Horwitz

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The spiritual, mystical, and symbolic aspects of alchemy can be regarded as “esoteric”—that is, restricted to one or a few individuals who possess special awareness and privilege. This links alchemy to the tradition of Hermeticism, which is based on the pronouncements of Hermes Trismegistus, a semi-mythical figure of Ancient Egypt. According to legend, he received divine knowledge and insight that was then passed down through the ages—knowledge that could enable spiritual or magical forces to affect the physical, material world.

117). With the ban on human cadaver dissection then circumventable, Liuzzi reintroduced the process into his medical courses. In 1316, he wrote Anathomia Corporis Humani (Anatomy of the Human Body) as a manual for his students. A groundbreaking work, it nevertheless upheld some of of Galen’s anatomical errors. 116–25), which contradicted many of Galen’s declarations on anatomy. 134–43). Such refutations of Galen may hardly seem surprising, given the immense scope of his work and the strictures under which he worked.

The Catholic Church, in particular, was against incisions and invasions of the body, unless it was for life-threatening wounds, and then only for the nobility and members of the ruling class. Those brave doctors who did try to open up patients were hampered on many fronts. Basic anatomical knowledge was scanty, so few doctors had any idea which organs were where and what they did. If the T H E DA R K AGE S I N EU ROP E patient was conscious, anesthesia and pain relief could only be provided by administering alcohol, opium, or something similar, in terrifyingly hit-and-miss doses—and with no knowledge of germs or antisepsis, dirt and pus in the innards would almost certainly lead to infection and death.

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