Austin M asked:
It seems to me that philosophy is paramount in truly understanding the human body. Hippocrates of Cos advocated a complete medical education of empirical science and theological studies. I may not agree with injecting theology in medicine, but it certainly seems philosophy is quite consequential in the development and progression of the health sciences. Why then has the pre-medical education omitted such philosophy courses as the philosophy of ethics and the philosophy of science?
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