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S such subjects as the mysteries of the heart rhythm the secret history of pain relief the enigmatic logic of epidemics near death or out of body experiences and many he skillfully weaves together classical literature the history of medicine and moving anecdotes from his own clinical experiences The result is a life affirming book that will enrich the healing work of patients and doctors alike and make an invaluable contribution to our still expanding vision of the. Czytam Kore ale nie ma jej tu w spisie ksi ek

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Art of medicine“Drawing on mathematical ideas physics music mythology clinical science and clinical practice Szczeklik never forces the issues or compels He approaches the uestions of pain suffering and death that confront the doctor daily and that the world regards as ‘terrible futile and destructive’ Here he stresses the immense value of the experienced doctor in helping patients in the loneliness of pain” Niall O'Higgins Times Higher Education Supplemen. The author in this book takes us for an incredible journey through medicine mythology philosophy Reading this book brought me intellectual pleasure Highly recommended The White Nights of Ramadan uestions of pain suffering and death that confront the doctor daily and that the world regards as ‘terrible futile and destructive’ Here he stresses the immense value of the experienced doctor in helping patients in the loneliness of pain” Niall O'Higgins Times Higher Education Supplemen. The author in this book takes Beyond the Pale us for an incredible journey through medicine mythology philosophy Reading this book brought me intellectual pleasure Highly recommended

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The ancient Greeks used the term catharsis for the cleansing of both the body by medicine and the soul by art In this inspiring book internationally renowned cardiologist Andrzej Szczeklik draws deeply on our humanistic heritage to describe the artistry and the mystery of being a doctor Moving between examples ancient and contemporary mythological and scientific Catharsis explores how medicine and art share common roots and pose common challengeAs Szczeklik explore. In the forward to this book by the late great poet Czeslaw Milosz he writes There is a mysterious connection between the human organism and some spiritual energies thanks to which science alone cannot answer many of our uestions about ourselves So perhaps Dr Szczeklikis right to use the word katharsis or purification and go back to ancient Greek drama This way of referring back to the ancient world makes us think of the age old continuity of the medical profession which uite possibly derives its high standing from its permanent place on the border between life and deathAs one might expect of a poet that pretty much says it all One of America s most prominent doctors strongly recommended this book to me the doctor s wife is a well known humanities scholar so when he told me that this book is a deeply cultured reflection on the mysteries that a doctor confronts in his career I was eager to read the bookI ve read it twice now and I must say that the first time I was a little disappointed Yes it is an elegant interesting gracefully written meditation on the mysteries of life and death the blankness of suffering and extinction and the human desire to envelop those experiences with meaning and morality But it is not some kind of intellectually persuasive argument that takes one through a chain of unbroken logicThinking about the book and my reaction I realised that the answer probably lies with Polanyi s concept of tacit knowledge Polanyi demonstrates that most of what we know we would struggle to communicate intellectually from something as simple as a tennis swing to our judgments about the most difficult and stressful situationsThe real value of this book I have realised is that Dr Szezeklik after a lifetime of healing and failing to heal of saving lives and witnessing death still believes in the spiritual and intellectual and emotional connections with illness and death and he sincerely believes in the transcendent meaning of what we experience in lifeThis must have been what impressed the American doctor who told me about the book CATHARSIS is not some kind of logical juggernaut it is an elegant and cultured report back from the mysterious ground between life and death Out of Bounds (Boundaries, used the term catharsis for the cleansing of both the body by medicine and the soul by art In this inspiring book internationally renowned cardiologist Andrzej Szczeklik draws deeply on our humanistic heritage to describe the artistry and the mystery of being a doctor Moving between examples ancient and contemporary mythological and scientific Catharsis explores how medicine and art share common roots and pose common challengeAs Szczeklik explore. In the forward to this book by the late great poet Czeslaw Milosz he writes There is a mysterious connection between the human organism and some spiritual energies thanks to which science alone cannot answer many of our Grass, Sky, Song uestions about ourselves So perhaps Dr Szczeklikis right to Otter Chaos! (Otter Chaos use the word katharsis or purification and go back to ancient Greek drama This way of referring back to the ancient world makes The Illusionists us think of the age old continuity of the medical profession which O Último Testamento (Maggie Costello, uite possibly derives its high standing from its permanent place on the border between life and deathAs one might expect of a poet that pretty much says it all One of America s most prominent doctors strongly recommended this book to me the doctor s wife is a well known humanities scholar so when he told me that this book is a deeply cultured reflection on the mysteries that a doctor confronts in his career I was eager to read the bookI ve read it twice now and I must say that the first time I was a little disappointed Yes it is an elegant interesting gracefully written meditation on the mysteries of life and death the blankness of suffering and extinction and the human desire to envelop those experiences with meaning and morality But it is not some kind of intellectually persuasive argument that takes one through a chain of One for My Baby unbroken logicThinking about the book and my reaction I realised that the answer probably lies with Polanyi s concept of tacit knowledge Polanyi demonstrates that most of what we know we would struggle to communicate intellectually from something as simple as a tennis swing to our judgments about the most difficult and stressful situationsThe real value of this book I have realised is that Dr Szezeklik after a lifetime of healing and failing to heal of saving lives and witnessing death still believes in the spiritual and intellectual and emotional connections with illness and death and he sincerely believes in the transcendent meaning of what we experience in lifeThis must have been what impressed the American doctor who told me about the book CATHARSIS is not some kind of logical juggernaut it is an elegant and cultured report back from the mysterious ground between life and death


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  1. says:

    In the forward to this book by the late great poet Czeslaw Milosz he writes There is a mysterious connection between the human organism and some spiritual energies thanks to which science alone cannot answer many o

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    I had no idea from the outside of this book what it was about After Chapter 1 I still had no idea It was not until around Chapter 2 that it sta

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    A medical professor describes what he sees when looking at medicine through the glasses of mythology and art The description is very compelling unusual and showing a new and rich perspective I recommend my mum a medical d

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    The author in this book takes us for an incredible journey through medicine mythology philosophy Reading this book brought me intellectual pleasure Highly recommended

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    A very thought provoking book which combines both aspects of modern medicine and Greek mythology showing the deep roots of the medical world S