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  • Title: Chapter: About the Author, the People, and the Background of this Book
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    • behind. Even relatives, nurses and physicians left for fear of the
    • Henry Cornelius was active as a physician during his first years in Italy,
    • Freiburg, where he practiced as a physician. In 1524, a year before
    • Lyons to accept a post as physician to Louise of Savoy, mother of Francis I.
    • Schwyz, the local physician, illegitimate son of a Grand Master of the
    • come to a direct personal knowledge of things. He once said that the physician
    • believed that it was incumbent upon the physician to know other peoples as
    • When Paracelsus returned to Basel in 1527 he was appointed city physician,
    • the ignorance and greed of physicians which hid behind a mask of pompousness
    • methods. Case after case which had been given up by other physicians of
    • such a physician practiced in Basel!
    • physicians. Therefore the apothecaries attacked Paracelsus, because he did
    • the apothecaries and physicians.
    • called upon Paracelsus for professional aid when his own physician had given
    • physicians, whose vengeance followed him through all his years of exile.
    • another physician, Samuel Hahnemann, discovered a method of so handling
    • Among the latter were the physician of Goerlitz, the learned Dr. Tobias
    • director of the Elector's laboratory, and the court physician. Boehme's
    • home to Goerlitz, where his friend and physician, Dr. Tobias Kober undertook
    • Johannes Scheffler was appointed Court physician to the strict Lutheran Duke
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  • Title: Chapter: Agrippa of Nettesheim and Theophrastus Paracelsus
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    • physician he does not simply want to accept, like his contemporaries, what
    • read directly in the book of nature. “The physician must pass
    • alchemist in his field, as a physician. “Therefore I may well write so much

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