Plutarch’s Advice on Keeping Well: A Lecture delivered at the International Congress of Psychopathology of Expression and Art Therapy which met in September 2000 at McLean Hospital in Belmont, Massachusetts, together with an anthology of relevant texts from Plutarch's works.
By Constantine Cavarnos
“[Plutarch’s...]treatise Advice on Keeping Well begins with an emphatic rejection of the view that the subjects of philosophy (philosophía) and medical science (iatriké) are 'separate' (chorís), quite unrelated. He asserts that there are 'no boundary lines' which separate the two disciplines, which exclude philosophers from discussing matters of health and medical men from philosophizing.” —“PLUTARCH'S ADVICE ON KEEPING WELL”
PREFACE PART ONE PLUTARCH'S ADVICE ON KEEPING WELL PART TWO SELECT RELEVANT TEXTS FROM PLUTARCH'S WORKS BIBLIOGRAPHY INDEX OF PROPER NAMES INDEX OF SUBJECTS COMMENTS ON TWO RELATED WORKS OF THE AUTHOR
Item Number: BKC586 Publication Data: Belmont, MA: Institute for Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies, 2001 Format: softcover Number of Pages: 70 Dimensions (l × w × h): 21.1 cm × 13.8 cm × 1.2 cm Additional Information: black-and-white illustrations ISBN: 1‒884729‒61‒4