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What concerns does the Hippocratic Oath bring up?

What concerns does the Hippocratic Oath bring up?

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School: University of South Carolina
Department: History
Course: Science and Technology in World History
Professor: November
Term: Spring 2016
Tags: history, Science, Technology, World History, Ancient Greece, Hippocratic, and Oath
Cost: 50
Name: HIST 108, Study Guide Essay #1
Description: This is a study guide for the first writing assignment surrounding the Hippocratic Oath. It goes over the prompt and interprets the Oath. NOTE: Look at the "Ways to Write a History Paper" that was posted on Blackboard.
Uploaded: 09/04/2017
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Hippocratic Oath Study Guide

Prompt :

  1. What issues/concerns does the hippocratic oath bring up?
  2. Identify the ethical principles and social guidelines of the oath.
  3. What can be inferred about the spirits and beliefs of greek society at the time?
  4. What possible social values and principles might the oath clash with, if any?

  1. - abortion

         - won't kill ppl on purpose

- wont rape patiens/ppl related to patients

- privacy

- only do the job you know how to do

                - don't try do another persons job just get ↑

  1. - if ppl want be taught how be doctor = will teach them and expect nothing in return

- won't intentionally harm

- treat patients and students like brothers / sisters

- privacy

        

  1. - asks gods/goddesses to hold doctor accountable if does something wrong

                - treat science with respect because without = wouldn't have jobDon't forget about the age old question of What are the different parts of the body system?

                - pureness/religion correlate w/ healing/medicine

- things happen for a reason = gods/goddesses wanted it to happen = a human does not control life of others gods/goddesses do

-if follow oath will have good life because will have good rep and gods/goddesses won’t punish

  1. - Teaching people medicine - especially girls/women
  • Says “suns” not daughters
  •                 - abortion

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                                    - whether by dying person or person closest to dying person

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