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[171a] medicine is, of course, a science.


Then the temperate man will know, indeed, that the doctor has a certain science; but when he has to put its nature to the proof, must he not consider what its subjects are? Is not each science marked out, not merely as a science, but as a particular one, by the particular subjects it has?

It is, to be sure.

And medicine is marked out as different from the other sciences by being a science of health and disease.


And so anyone who wishes to inquire into medicine

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