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ISBN:0950827770
Author: James M. Dyce
ISBN13: 978-0950827773
Title: Hippocrates for Today: A New Dimension to Our Calling - A Study of Basic Values
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Language: English
Category: Philosophy
Publisher: Stress Pubns. (October 1995)
Pages: 100

Hippocrates for Today: A New Dimension to Our Calling - A Study of Basic Values by James M. Dyce



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Since the days of Hippocrates, our father, the aphorism has been the literary vehicle of the docto. aymen have stolen the trick from time to time, but the aphorism remains the undisputed contribution of the doctor to literature. In Howard Fabing and Ray Marr (ed., Fischerisms

The original theory of basic individual values (Schwartz, 1992) divided the value space into ten distinct values  . tradition value, we retained the original definition of tradition, but proposed a new humility. value to capture the connotations of the alternative items.

The Theory of Basic Human Values tries to measure Universal Values that are recognised throughout all major cultures.

values, and to investigate this structure in some more detail. All in all, findings from this study may be taken as evidence for the heuristic utility of Schwartz' (1992) theoretical approach to the structure of values. Allport, G. W. & Vernon, P. E. (1931). Boston: Houghton Mifflin. Bilsky, W. & Jehn, K. A. (1999). Validation of a theory of basic human values with a new instrument in new populations. Unpublished manuscript. Schwartz, S. H. & Sagiv, L. (1995).

All new doctors today still pledge to do no harm, which may be Hippocrates’ most famous legacy. But much of the ancient Greek physician’s wisdom applies to everyone-not just those who have medical degrees. Today’s translation: Dozens of studies show that even 30 minutes of walking a day lowers your risk for diabetes, heart disease, osteoporosis, and certain cancers. A recent National Cancer Institute study on more than 650,000 people found that those who walked briskly for just 150 minutes a week gained an average of . years of life expectancy. There’s no drug that can give you those kinds of benefits, says Clement.

Unfortunately, today most buildings communi- to popular belief, the many diverse groups that make up our cate in no uncertain terms that designing for people is low country have proved to be surprisingly persistent in maintain- on our scale of priorities. All too often architects and planners ing their separate identities. His 1956 study was unique 16 THE HIDDEN DIMENSION DISTANCE REGULATION IN ANIMALS in directing attention to crises of survival. Animal societies, waters in Europe. In a study of muskrats, he found that the regulation of growth, reproduction, and the level of the more died of disease, apparently as a consequence of lowered body's defenses.