Three Treatises on the Nature of Science
This volume contains translations of three treatises by Galen, (On Sects for Beginners, An Outline of Empiricism, and On Medical Experience), accompanied by an introduction by Michael Frede, bibliography, an index of the persons mentioned in the texts, and an index on the subjects mentioned in the texts.
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