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The Hippocratic injunction to “first, do no harm,” should be scrupulously respected.The U.S.’s ‘Yadda, Yadda, Yadda’ Doctrine for Syria|Jeremy Shapiro|September 15, 2013|DAILY BEAST
“There is an understood first ladies' version of the Hippocratic oath,” said Troy.Michelle Obama Takes the First Ladies’ Version of the Hippocratic Oath|Allison Yarrow|June 7, 2012|DAILY BEAST
A frontrunner has to live by the Hippocratic Oath: first do no harm.Paul Begala: Newt Obliterates the Competition in Saturday’s Debate|Paul Begala|December 11, 2011|DAILY BEAST
What unites these arguments is a belief that foreign policy must be Hippocratic: First, do no harm.
Indeed, the writings on this subject constitute more than one-eighth part of the entire Hippocratic collection.
One of these which prevailed throughout the Hippocratic works is that of Coction and Crisis.
Although he never dissected human bodies, he nevertheless corrected errors in anatomy held to by the Hippocratic school.
From all this it will be seen that Galen must be regarded as one of the earliest of Hippocratic dogmatists.
Throughout his metaphysical speculations Galen reproduces and amplifies the Hippocratic dogmatism.