Observation and experimentation as are discussed as means for the acquisition of knowledge concerning natural phenomena. The concept of disease is described in the light of its origins and down to modern times. The development of experimentation in biology is illustrated and emphasis is placed on its importance for the acquisition of knowledge concerning disease in man.
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