Concepts of a Culturally Guided Philosophy of Science: by Fengli Lan, Friedrich G. Wallner, Andreas Schulz

By Fengli Lan, Friedrich G. Wallner, Andreas Schulz

From the start, confident Realism has been a culturally oriented philosophy of technology by means of the advent of the concept that of lifeworld. This publication brings jointly contributions from the sphere of philosophy, chinese language medication and the technology of psychotherapy. The authors speak about the relation of positive Realism and tradition or fairly the idea that of technological know-how lower than the point of cultural dependency. because the starting of the hot century the manifold study on chinese language medication provided concrete examples for a cultural dependency of technological know-how. Thereby, the booklet exhibits the infrequent or perhaps distinct scenario that philosophy turned concrete.

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1981; 2nd ed. 1999. 1999: 471. What Zhang Zhongjing discussed in each chapter of Shang Han Lun (On Coldinduced Diseases) and Jin Kui Yao Lue (Synopsis of the Golden Chamber) is “ �����” – “disease, pulse, manifestations (symptoms) and its treatment”. g. “evidence” by Paul U. Unschuld (1943-), “evidence” or “symptoms” by Bob Flaws (1946-), and “symptom complex” by Luo Xiwen 仿ⶴ㔯 (1945-). Our survey shows that what appears in the early Chinese medical classics including Huang Di Nei Jing (Huang Di’s Inner Classic), Nan Jing (The Classic of Difficult Issues), Shang Han Lun (On Cold-induced Diseases), and Jin Kui Yao Lue (Synopsis of the Golden Chamber) is “Zheng �” not “Zheng �”, which all means “the evidence (manifestations/symptoms) of a disease”.

Journal of Central University of Finance & Economics, 1993, 1; 2) Shan Hongjuan. On the Quintessence of Mao Zedong Thought: Seeking Truth from Facts [J]. Journal of Heilongjiang College of Education, 2001, 5; 3) Lin Ying. Seeking Truth from Facts: The Quintessence of Mao Zedong Thought [J]. Journal of Hubei University of Education, 2010, 7. Karl Marx (1818-1883), the most important founder of communism, dialectical materialism, and Marxism. 45 “Identifying Pattern” or “Pattern Identification”. The evolution of “Bian Zheng �孩” in Chinese medicine reflects another important academic method in Chinese culture: seeking meanings from its pronunciation.

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