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5/2/11 Logistics corner Exercise in the last lecture can be used as an entry in your exhibition catalog for the final project, either unchanged or developed further into a journal entry, letter, email, facebook message or whatever. We will try to find time in lecture and section to repeat this exercise to help
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5/2/11 Recap What is the ‘Hippocratic Corpus’? Why is the title of ‘The Sacred Disease’ ironic? Name two things that have come down to us from Hippocratic medicine.
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5/2/11 The perils of working backwards Working backwards from what we all share here at UCSD – the English language written in the Roman alphabet – has a distorting effect on the narrative presented in this class. The story of what has prevailed in this time and place then comes to extinguish the cultural richness of all
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5/2/11 Chinese ‘Oracle Bone’ script First appeared in 1400 BC and was used for divinatory purposes, in the form of inscriptions on turtle shells and ox bones, which were heated until they cracked, whereupon the
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