Como ven, sigo con demasiado tiempo libre.
sneaked-in very late. The philosopher of Science Georges Canguilhem wondered why it was not until the 1950s that the idea came to us. [...]
Alas, once again, the elders knew better –Greeks, Romans, Byzantines, and Arabs had a built-in respect for limits of knowledge. There is a treatise by the Medieval Arab philosopher and doctor Al-Ruhawi which betrays the familiarity of these Mediterranean cultures with iatrogenics. I have also in the past speculated that religion saved lives by taking the patient away from the doctor. You could satisfy your illusion of control by going to the Temple of Apollo rather than seeing the doctor [...]
you know where it stops, and the costs of using it.
Yo creo que tenemos más que ganar con comentarios como éste que con los brindis al sol de los otros pavos. Por esto me gustan esos blogs plagados de dudas metódicas, de prudencia, y ahora que lo pienso, de risas de los diablos.