Physician must recognize natural healing process and support them with expectative therapies
No purposeful action of nature.
Physicians serves the "force of Natur" principle by removing the obstacles to mechanistic action.
physician's role is not specified. re-look at Noob.
mechanist? not sure how to place him. nature is strong, but wrong.
The Anima is disturbed through non-purposeful medical intervention
the mechanism of nature gives clear signs of guidance to the physician.
lost of teleologic thinking in science is a great tragety. covered in the 19th century lecture
in sick and health,
it might be controversial to calm him a Stahlian, Is he a mechanist/vitalist? but he certainly included a spiritual principle in pathology
professed belief in an immaterial principle that combines consciousness, will, instinctive and active anima, while still relying on the principles of mechanics for understanding physiologic and pathologic processes
the vitalistic principle arises from mechanism
English stahlian. physician must know healing and support it.
physician: resists dz. serve. VMN = vital principle
In his own category? minimalist,
vitalist, expectative and interventionalist
2/3rds of dz can cure itself- more minalist than the vitalist, who stressed the import of the physician's role in most cases. also, they didn't believe in animism!
no noob quotes about definition of nature.
but physician must make use of the power of nature.
"living power is a sum of physical-chemical powers of organic material" not acting in the interest of the individual.
credited the healing process to the development of the soul. stahlian, but not quite the quotes to support animism
match to Reil, this same language defining "living principle" nature "living power" heals, needs directive. mankind tends toward disease.