The Science - History of the Universe Vol. 7: Anthropology & Medicine

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(4.2 stars; 4 reviews)

Multi-volume work on science edited by Francis Rolt-Wheeler. The seventh volume is on Anthropology written by the editor himself and on Medicine written by Theodore H. Allen. An introduction to the Anthropology section was written by Frederick Starr. The section on Anthropology discusses its role in science, explains different human races, delved into prehistoric archaeology and further into the development of culture. The section on Medicine goes through medical knowledge from the ancients, Greeks, Romans, Arabians and all the way to the 17th to 19th century. It examined how these different eras affected the progress of medicine. - Summary by Sienna (9 hr 38 min)


Introduction 14:55 Read by Availle
Man's Place in Nature 33:36 Read by Availle
Anthropometry 19:57 Read by JustinVeras
The Unity and Variety of Man 32:32 Read by JustinVeras
The Racial Divisions of Man 25:06 Read by Farooq Mahmud
Prehistoric Archeology 31:11 Read by Farooq Mahmud
The Development of Culture 27:45 Read by Availle
The Ancients 47:53 Read by Cristina Najjar
The Greeks 41:25 Read by Lori Arsenault
The Romans 24:01 Read by FriedToaster
Byzantine and Arabian Schools 30:48 Read by Farooq Mahmud
The Close of Medievalism 30:04 Read by JustinVeras
The Century of Schools, Part 1 24:26 Read by JustinVeras
The Century of Schools, Part 2 26:02 Read by JustinVeras
The Period of Systematization 38:03 Read by Availle
The Contributions of the Practitioner 36:22 Read by TheIntern356
Nineteenth-century Theories 23:10 Read by John Ruble
Modern Treatment of Disease 22:24 Read by J. M. Smallheer
Modern Physiology, Part 1 21:57 Read by SherlHolmesMD
Modern Physiology, Part 2 27:01 Read by Madelyn Pauline


(4 stars)

I think that many readers should slow down.