"Sharply contrasting with the Aesculapian god-physician,
his Hippocratic contemporary was learned, wise,
modest and humane.1 These qualities defining the
Hippocratic ideal remain unquestioned for today’s purposes
just the same, but realizing them has become more
challenging upon the advent of medical science. Learnedness
is strained in attempting to apprehend the concept of
science; modesty is brought into question by the affected
habit of wearing the scientist’s laboratory coat; both
learnedness and modesty are wanting when actually confusing
the practice of scientific medicine with medical science
itself; modesty together with humaneness are threatened by
the role of medical science in providing for the arrogant
claims of “cultural authority” for medicine2 and of medical
knowledge being beyond the reach of lay understanding2
and wisdom is challenged to understand “the ends of life”
in the context of the expanded opportunities brought about
by increase in knowledge."
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