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Medical Knowledge through Books Empirical observation In the early modern period of Europe, the survival of books was rare and "hinged on the occasional copy being made by interested scholars who acted as their own scribe." (Defining the initial Shift, page 65). While visiting the Osler Library, my group was introduced to a book by the title The Work of Ambrose Parey, written by an intellectual author called Ambrose Parey.

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