Morphological anatomy from a phenomenological point of view

By Guus van der Bie, M.D.

Language: English

The module Morphological Anatomy in the series ‘BOLK’S COMPANIONS FOR THE STUDY OF
MEDICINE is intended for medical students, physicians, paramedics, nurses and others
employed in health care. The special character of this series lies in its phenomenological
approach to the human organism. This phenomenological approach offers the possibility
to develop a vision of mankind that is a departure from that of materialistic reductionism.
The particular phenomenological method we have chosen, as introduced by Goethe, offers
the possibility for a dynamic vision of the human structure. By arranging and interpreting
the facts differently than in standard science, an alternative view of the human organism
is created in which insight is provided into the significant connections that the various
morphological details have to each other.
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