In this post I’m revisiting, and reproducing, some of the thoughts I presented in the Critical Physiotherapy Network colloquium in Cardiff June 5th 2017. The idea for the work-in-progress paper began with the astonishing find that body work – the concept used in sociology to describe work that revolves around bodies – has not been … More Body work, physiotherapy and ‘chiasmic’ ethics
My previous blog post on Formula Comitis Archiatrorum has been by far the most popular on my site. It gets frequent visitors from all over the globe – a fact that I was very surprised about but also very grateful for all the people who have shown interest in my little research. This is still … More Following up on Formula Comitis Archiatrorum – still not convinced
Originally posted on Kingston Shakespeare Seminar:
The remains of Richard III were found under a car park in Leicester in 2012. Since then researchers (often through popular media) have tried to reinstate Richard’s lost glory by busting Tudor myths trough scientific evidence. One of the myth busting methods, also seen in the documentary series on Channel 4, was to diagnose him backwards…
Check out also my follow-up on September 8 2016, where I re-examine some of the claims I made here on the Formula Comitis Archiatrorum. My original post is below. While looking into the history of medicomoral principles and codes for my PhD thesis, or rather for one footnote in my thesis, I came across with reference … More The elusive Formula Comitis Archiatrorum – The first medical ethics code?