The Way of Thinking in Chinese Medicine: Theory, Methodology and Structure of Chinese Medicine (Culture and Knowledge #13) (Hardcover)

The Way of Thinking in Chinese Medicine: Theory, Methodology and Structure of Chinese Medicine (Culture and Knowledge #13) By Friedrich G. Wallner (Editor), Fengli Lan (Editor), Martin J. Jandl (Editor) Cover Image

The Way of Thinking in Chinese Medicine: Theory, Methodology and Structure of Chinese Medicine (Culture and Knowledge #13) (Hardcover)

By Friedrich G. Wallner (Editor), Fengli Lan (Editor), Martin J. Jandl (Editor)

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This is book number 13 in the Culture and Knowledge series.

Chinese Medicine is an outstanding scientific proposition system with its own structural, methodological and theoretical prerequisites flowing into the specific practices that make Chinese Medicine popular in the Western world. However, we should be aware of the fact that Chinese Medicine is challenged in its existence because it is widely unknown. Fostering the understanding of Chinese Medicine in various aspects is, hence, the main aim of this book that gives interesting insights into the discussions on current developments in Chinese Medicine research.
The Editors: Friedrich G. Wallner is professor for the philosophy of science. His research is focused on intercultural philosophy of science, especially on the comparison of Chinese and Western medicine. Fengli Lan is professor at the Foreign Language Teaching Center at the Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Martin J. Jandl is philosopher and psychologist working on various subjects, like the philosophy of language, the philosophy of knowledge, and praxeological function ontology.
Product Details ISBN: 9783631611968
ISBN-10: 363161196X
Publisher: Peter Lang Gmbh, Internationaler Verlag Der W
Publication Date: June 18th, 2010
Pages: 130
Language: English
Series: Culture and Knowledge