4 edition of Culture, knowledge, and healing found in the catalog.
Culture, knowledge, and healing
1998 by European Association for the History of Medicine and Health Publications in Sheffield .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. -321) and index.
|Statement||edited by Robert Ju tte, Guenter B. Risse and John Woodward.|
|Series||Network series -- 3|
|Contributions||Ju tte, Robert., Risse, Guenter B., 1932-, Woodward, John|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 338 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||338|
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The World Health Organization (WHO) defines traditional healing practices, or medicine, as "the sum total of knowledge, skills, and practices based on the theories, beliefs, and experiences.
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Also, High-Low context and Monochronic-Polychronic time. According to the World Health Organisation (WHO) (WHO, 8) traditional medicine/healing is “the sum total of all knowledge and practices, whether explicable or not, used in diagnosing, preventing or eliminating a physical, mental or social disequilibrium and which rely exclusively on past experience and observation handed down from generation to generation, verbally or in writing” and “ health practices, approaches, knowledge Cited by: and community-based initiatives as well as larger political and cultural processes, Aboriginal peoples in Canada are involved in healing their own traditions, repairing the ruptures and discontinuity in the trans-mission of traditional knowledge and values, and asserting their Cited by: Khoisan Healing: Understandings, Ideas and Practices To date, histories of pre-colonial and colonial Khoisan healing have been written, but few historians have drawn much from contemporary practice to inform their historical interpretations.
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These sorts of Culture - from blue pills to lasers - are all things which we “know,” even though, like the goldfish, we may not realize that we know them. Much of our knowledge of the world is not an elicitation of what “is,” but rather it is a construction laid atop the world of experience.
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