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Medical Quotes by Aristotle

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Medical Quotes

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Aristotle

Ø  Conscientious and careful physicians allocate causes of disease to natural laws, while the ablest scientists go back to medicine for their first principles.

Ø  It is no part of a physician’s business to use either persuasion or compulsion upon the patients.

Ø  It is well to be up before daybreak, for such habits contribute to health, wealth and wisdom.

Ø  Nature does nothing without a purpose. In children may be observed the traces and seeds of what will one day be settled psychological habits, though psychologically a child hardly differs for the time being from an animal.

Ø  Nature proceeds little by little from things lifeless to animal life in such a way that it is impossible to determine the exact line of demarcation, nor on which side thereof an intermediate form should lie.

Ø  Rising before daylight is also to be commended; it is a healthy habit, and gives more time for the management of the household as well as for liberal studies.

Ø  Speeches are like babies - easy to conceive but hard to deliver.

Ø  The body is most fully developed from thirty to thirty-five years of age, the mind at about forty-nine.

Ø  The physician himself, if sick, actually calls in another physician, knowing that he can’t reason correctly if required to judge his own condition while suffering.

 

Ø  While it is true that the suicide braves death, he does it not for some noble object but to escape some ill.

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