Chapter Ten: Science, Technology, and Health
800-323 B.C.E.: Chapter Ten: Science, Technology, and Health
By KEITH M. DICKSON
Hephaestus, Wizard of Technology 319
Prometheus the Culture-Giver 320
How to Make a Raft 321
On the Origin of Human Technology and Culture 322
The First Manned Flight 324
The Oath of the Pythagoreans 325
Heraditus Speaks 326
Tortoise and Hare 328
Empedocles Speaks 329
Astronomy or Atheism? 330
The Laughing Philosopher 331
Testimonials from the Temple of Asclepius at Epidaurus 332
The Hippocratic Oath 334
Epilepsy: Divine or Natural? 336
Plato on the Elements 338
Plato’s Universe 341
Why Snakes Have No Feet 343
Aristotle on Embryology 346
Sidebars and tables are listed in italics.
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