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[In this book I will use historically based, philosophical interpretation of primary-source and secondary-source texts to explain how the English physician-ethicist, Thomas Percival (1740–1804), having self-consciously joined the Scottish physician-ethicist, John Gregory (1724–1773), co-invented...
[Percival’s writings were published in four volumes in 1807, edited by his son Edward Percival (Percival 1807). These volumes were reprinted in 1870 (Percival  1870). At least two facsimile editions are available in contemporary editions (Percival  2010;  2014). I have used the...
[Eighteenth-century Manchester and environs emerged as a rapidly growing center of the textile industry. By 1717, Manchester was estimated to have a population in excess of 12,000, which had increased to more than 17,000 by 1758, and to more than 70,000 in 1801 (Chaloner 1959). Chaloner...
[In this, the final, chapter I will attempt to place Thomas Percival Medical Ethics and the professional ethics in medicine that it expounds in the history of medical ethics. I will begin with what Percival achieved, the co-invention with John Gregory, of medical professionalism defined as...
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[Abbreviations: MJ=Medical Jurisprudence; ME=Medical Ethics]
[Note: I prepared the Chronology by extracting from the historical scholarship reported in Chaps. 2 and 3 of Part I. Names of works by Percival and others are in italics.]
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