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Anglo-Saxon pragmatists may view this "learned preamble" to a detailed text of pathology with some reserve, but pathology is, after all, a matter of life and death, and attempts to come to grips with fundamental concepts such as these are, therefore, pertinent. On the basis of historical, philosophical, and anthropological concepts the German workers represented here discuss health and disease, structure and function, living matter, and the problem of death. The net has been cast widely, and the range of the essays includes remarks about the development of psychoanalysis as well as an account of "cancerization" within the framework of
Prolegomena Einer Allgemeinen Pathologie.. Ann Intern Med. 1970;72:615. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-72-4-615_7
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