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"If it were a case of putting your body into the hands of someone and risking the treatment's turning out beneficial or the reverse, you would ponder deeply whether to entrust it to him or not, and would spend many days over the question, calling on the counsel of your friends and relations. But when it comes to something which you value more highly than your body namely your soul—something on whose beneficial or harmful treatment your whole welfare depends- you have not consulted either your father or your brother..."
(Socrates, line 313a, Protagoras Dialogue)


"Hippocrates here is one of our citizens, son of Apollodorus. He comes of a great and prosperous family, and is considered the equal of any of his contemporaries in natural gifts. I think he is anxious to make a name for himself in the city, and he believes that the most...

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