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But this realization did not come all at once, and in the science of medicine it was peculiarly slow. The double X X means " by quotation, but not in the list." xxxix GENERAL INTRODUCTION N. — The list of Bacchius is made by noting Avhere in the Hippocratic collection occur the strange words upon which he commented ; that of Celsus by a comparison of similar passages ; that of Erotian from his list^ by noting where occur the y A-wo-crai explained by him, and from fragments in scholia (see E. The recently discovered history of medicine called Menon's latiica ^ contains several references to Hippocrates. Everybody knows that in itself wine is not bad ; it is drinking to excess, or at wrong times, which is mischievous. reading) makes the writer saj' that wine itself is to blame (avrhs afrios) — an obvious contradiction of the general argument. I think, therefore, that the right reading is on Toiavrri Svyufxis otvov Kal oii K aitrhs alrios. There is an attractive vigour about the reading lh6v T(s for 01 e). Kal /3apv(ji Ct)Vb T] TOi'''«s ^ ^ ' o'^'^" Xet/uw J' «'S b. Tav TTj ovv vopii^co TTOPTjpo Ta Ta rav TU ra voara elvai Tci citto ■)(^i6vo, ovrot p,ev hiov- 94 AIRS WATERS PLACES, viii.-ix.

The founder of em- pirical psychology and a student of astronomy, he held that health consists of a state of balance between certain "opposites," and disease an undue pre- ponderance of one of them.* Philolaus, who flourished about 440 B. There are some treatises which seek to explain medical phenomena by a priori assumptions, after the manner of the philosophers with their method of v Tro6icrei) to) Tt Tra Oiiv VTTO Toi) ; — Fhae- drus 270 C, D. e'7«a TOTo/xj}s f/j.l3pvoi J) Trepl dva TO/iffj irfpl d St Vojj' ■Jrepi (Tap Koiv X X X X 9 TTpopp1)Tl KOV 2, X X )) Trep! Galen, in his commentary on the third section of Aphorisms, implies that there are two meanings of p€Ta/3o Xai Toiv wpewv, a common term in Airs Haters Places : (1) the actual changes from season to season ; 68 INTRODUCTION (2) sharp contrasts of weather during the seasons. One has its strength froin a north wind, another from the south wind, and similarly with the others. ov Te yap t^ X^''P'' ''"P'^/^ef to alholov 96 AIRS WATERS PLACES, ix. But feverishness of the bowels must be accompanied by feverish- ness of the bladder.

Alcmaeon^ of Croton, although perhaps not strictly a Pythagorean, was closely connected with the sect, and appears to have exercised considerable influence upon the Hippocratic school. Alcmaeon was more interested in medicine than in philosophy, but does not seem to have been a "general practitioner." * 'A\K/xaiwv rrjr /ulv vytdas ehai avue KTi KT^f ti]V iiroro/.a'ai' r Siv Suvafxewt', vypov, ^rjpov, \pv Xpov, dep/xov, TTiicpov, y\v Kfos, Kal Tttiv Aonra Jc, t V 5' e V av To7s ixovapxiav vicov Troiri Ti Kr}v' (p Bopo- iroihu yap e KUTepov /xovapxiav. This combination of medicine and philosophy is clearly marked in the Hippocratic collection. The acronychal is the evening rising of a star, when it is visible all night, and contrasts with the heliacal, or morning, rising, when it soon disappears in the sun's rays. But the strongest is not always the same ; sometimes it is one, sometimes another, according to the winds.

Oeparrev Ti Ka Se' TO))' filv €15 ^eipiivpycav uyrj Kov TMV' Uepl dypon', Hepl ap Opojy, Ilept €A.^(2n^, Ylepl rpav/xa Toiv Koi /Si Xwv, Hepl twv iv Kecfia Xfj Tpavp-drwy, Kara lyj Tpeioi', 1S1o)(\ik6v, Hepl aljxoppoi OMv Kal avp Lyyun'. OKoacd V he av t) Koikirj Truperco Srj^ ^, ai'dy Krj Ka\ rrjv Kvcrriv tcovto 7rda")(^e LV. For as it rolls about in the urine it coalesces with whatever solid matter forms, and so it grows and hardens.

More plausible is the view of Littre, that Plato refers to Chapter XX of Ancient Medicine, which contains the following passage : — Itrel TOVTO ye /xot So/cei dvay/catov euai Trai'rl li]Tp(Z Trepl (fi VCTio^ eloivai, Koi Trdi'v v(Twv, Tlepi c^vtrews av9pw Trov, Ilepi icp Ss vocrov, Tlept (^I'creojs TTai OLOv, Tlepl Tonuyv koi wp Cov. The reader should note the meanings of the following : (1) "between the winter rising of the sun and the winter setting/' i. Those whose bowels are loose and healthy, whose bladder is not feverish, and the mouth of whose bladder is not over narrow, pass water easily, and no ai/dfiwirot MSS. 95 n EPI AEPON TAATHN TOn ON pevcrt /0;t5/&)9, ko L ev rfj Kvaiei ov Seu cruarpe(f)erai. The finest part is separated off, and the clearest passes out as urine, while the thickest and muddiest part forms solid matter, which, though at first small, grows in course of time.

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