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History of science without philosophy of science is blind … philosophy of science without history of science is empty – Norwood Russell Hanson

Galen, Maimonides, Avicenna, Descartes, and Locke were all medically qualified philosophers. More recently, Peter Medawar and Archie Cochrane were strongly influenced by Karl Popper. Recent studies suggest combining History and Philosophy of Science on the one hand, and health care on the other creates synergies for the mutual benefit of all disciplines.

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