By Vincent Pointillart
Le dos est los angeles maladie du si?cle, qui touchera au moins une fois dans sa vie chaque personne et qui occupe quelques heures dans los angeles formation des g?n?ralistes de tous will pay. Le vieillissement progressif de l. a. inhabitants avec son prevalence sur l. a. pathologie d?g?n?rative et tumorale secondaire, los angeles s?dentarit? accrue, l’augmentation de l’esp?rance de vie des handicap?s par l?sion m?dullaire traumatique, sont autant de facteurs qui accentuent l. a. demande de soins incluant le recours ? un avis chirurgical. los angeles rapidit? de l’apparition de nouvelles options ? los angeles fois diagnostiques et th?rapeutiques laisse le g?n?raliste souvent d?sempar? face ? cette pathologie. L’objectif de ce livre est d’en faciliter l. a. compr?hension pour favoriser une orientation plus rapide et plus adapt?e, limiter les erreurs diagnostiques et le retard pr?judiciable, am?liorer los angeles communique entre g?n?raliste et sp?cialiste et enfin d?mythifier le rachis – en particulier l. a. chirurgie rachidienne marqu?e par le syndrome du fauteuil roulant. Le ultimate chapitre est consacr? ? l’enfant et l’adolescent, le moment ? l’adulte de moins de cinquante ans, et le troisi?me ? l’adulte apr?s cet ?ge. Chacun de ces chapitres suggest un expos? pratique des signes cliniques et une conduite ? tenir diagnostique pour permettre une orientation judicieuse du sufferer. Le quatri?me chapitre est sp?cifique aux bless?s m?dullaires ? los angeles part chronique. Les deux suivants exposent les r?flexions qui guident los angeles strat?gie chirurgicale et le suivi du malade op?r?.
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P. 268), there is nothing substantial in Callicles' first speech in Gorgias which cannot be found in these and similar sources of the v6tzoc-q~faotr controversy. This, I believe, rather than Kahn's reasons ( 1 0 4 - 5 ) , would explain Callicle's initial stance of indiscriminate hedonism at 491e5 ff. Why require of him (as Kahn 104) to be a 'selective hedonist' like the timocrat or plutocrat of Rep. VIII, which Callicles had not read, and Plato had not written, as yet? Callicles himself gives us a clue at 491 e 6 - 4 9 2 a 3 , where full-blooded development of one's ~rrLOo#(atis r6 Kard ~6aw Kctk6u ~r 6(xutov.
195: "It seems decidedly more likely that however Plato may have developed his views by the time he wrote the Gorgias, his interest was always to promote a method that could be used successfully by all of those whose intelligence and integrity qualified them to engage in the search for moral truth'. By now, we have forgotten our task of 'ascertaining Socratic philosophy'. Indeed, the main argument against Vlastos on pp. 1 9 4 - 5 is neatly summed up (195): 'Nor is it reasonable to suppose that Plato in the Gorgias would propose a moral method that could only be employed by" someone so supremely confident and extraordinarily gifted' (as Vlastos' Socrates).
Reason and knowledge join in only to lead this instinct towards what is really the good life. In any case, if reason were to be the only motivating force, one would have had to strike out ~Kc~v and read simply ob~et'r &laaprdvet, and life would have been very different from what we all know it to be. Rosemary Wright (II, 269-277) reviews the composite volume Science and Speculation, setting out clearly what one can find in these essays and which areas of Hellenistic science are not fully covered, and emphasizing the importance of post-Aristotelian thought, which has only recently come into its own among students of ancient philosophy.
Abord clinique des affections du rachis par le chirurgien by Vincent Pointillart