Physicians serves the "force of Natur" principle by removing the obstacles to mechanistic action.
Huxham: vitalist:nature has healing endeavors. expectative therapy.
1672 - 1768
Mead: Natur is the living principle united with the soul.
1673 - 1754
physician's role is not specified. re-look at Noob.
Heister: physician is the master over nature.
1683 - 1758
mechanist? not sure how to place him. nature is strong, but wrong.
1699 - 1767
the mechanism of nature gives clear signs of guidance to the physician.
Nicholls: conscious activity of the soul drives physiology.
1699 - 1778
The Anima is disturbed through non-purposeful medical intervention
de Haen: nature leads. physician intervenes as needed.
1704 - 1776
Gaub: Natur is the watchmen for life- leads physician.
1705 - 1780
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
1705 - 1855
lost of teleologic thinking in science is a great tragety. covered in the 19th century lecture
1706 - 1767
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
Haller: mechism -> VMN
1708 - 1778
the vitalistic principle arises from mechanism
Cullen: VMN exists, but too obscure. Physician is master.
1710 - 1790
1714 - 1786
English stahlian. physician must know healing and support it.
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!
1731 - 1803
1735 - 1788
1742 - 1787
1758 - 1828
no noob quotes about definition of nature.
but physician must make use of the power of nature.
Reil: crisis. VMN is NOT purposeful/conscious
1759 - 1813
"living power is a sum of physical-chemical powers of organic material" not acting in the interest of the individual.
Hufeland: physician helps bring us closer to vmn
1762 - 1836
1776 - 1785
credited the healing process to the development of the soul. stahlian, but not quite the quotes to support animism
Hecker: laws. help nature if too weak or too strong
1795 - 1850
match to Reil, this same language defining "living principle" nature "living power" heals, needs directive. mankind tends toward disease.