50th Anniversary Edition
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"The mind of the scholar, if he would leave it large and
liberal, should come in contact with other minds."
Tussling with the Idea
Arthur O. Lovejoy was a physicist of
philosophy, who sought to reduce creeds and -isms to their
Sisters in Step
In the pueblos of New Mexico, three sisters
from Baltimore set out to observe--and master--the
intricacies of Native American dance.
Diffusing Knowledge Far and
More than a century after its founding, the
University Press continues to publish works of lasting
The Six Who Built
The university's founding faculty were men
"skilled in their specialties" and "eminent in their calling."
The Bible, before William Foxwell Albright,
was exempt from critical appraisal: It was simply Gospel.
Can personality clues offer early warning
signals of future heart disease--even cancer?
Applying Art to
The field of medical illustration has broadened considerably
since the days of Max Brödel.
It's All in the
Doctor, laywer, artist, thief? A baby's future can be easily
dictated, contended John B. Watson, the
father of behaviorism.
Piano Playing as
There's more to music than meets the ear, said physiologist of
the keyboard Otto Ortmann.
Physician, Writer, Philosopher,
For American medical students, teaching at the bedside began with
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