Table of contents for Principles and practices in ancient Greek and Chinese science / by G.E.R. Lloyd.

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Table of Contents
Acknowledgements
Introduction
Part 1: Greek Medicine
I	The Transformations of Ancient Medicine
II	The Definition, Status and Methods of the Medical Techne in the Fifth and Fourth Centuries
III	Scholarship, Authority and Argument in Galen¿s Quod Animi Mores
IV 	Theories and Practices of Demonstration in Galen
V	Mathematics as a Model of Method of Method in Galen
Part 2: Greek Mathematics and Philosophy
VI	The Alleged Fallacy of Hippocrates of Chios
VII	The Meno and the Mysteries of Mathematics
VIII	Plato and Archytas in the Seventh Letter
IX	Philosophy and Medicine in Ancient Greece: Cognitive Models and their Repercussions
X	The Pluralism of Intellectual Life before Plato
XI	The Evolution of Evolution: Greco-Roman Antiquity and the Origin of Species
Part 3: Greek and Chinese comparisons
XII	Appearance versus Reality: Greek and Chinese comparisons and contrasts
XIII	Mythology: Reflections from a Chinese Perspective
XIV	Literacy in Greek and Chinese Science: Some Comparative Issues
XV	Is there a future for ancient science?
Supplementary Notes and Bibliographies
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Science -- Greece -- History.
Science -- China -- History.
Science -- Methodology -- History.
Science, Ancient.
Polemics.
Philosophy, Comparative.