Relationship issues of European and Georgian Renaissance and Medicine

Authors

  • Gurgenidze M.
  • Shengelia R.

Abstract

This article discusses the era of the Renaissance. It presents the conditionalities and prerequisites that made the educated part of the society to become more inclined to learn about the antique culture. In scientific and philosophical works of that age, as well as in artworks, an observer can see and feel the praise for humans, their body, their desires and emotions. This article brings up scientific progress in the fields of anatomy, physiology and surgery, it highlights the new avenues as well such as iatrophysics and iatrochemistry. Article discusses those cultural foundations that helped to introduce and form the Georgian Renaissance and credits those whose contribution helped to develop Georgian medicine. Georgian Renaissance is, as its whole history, an inseparable part of a culture that formed right in between Western and Eastern worlds.

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Published

2021-07-21

How to Cite

Gurgenidze M., & Shengelia R. (2021). Relationship issues of European and Georgian Renaissance and Medicine. TSMU COLLECTION OF SCIENTIFIC WORKS, 54. Retrieved from https://journals.4science.ge/index.php/CSW/article/view/418