CROMBY, A.C., and N. SIRAISI, (eds.),
The Rational Arts of Living.
Department of History of Smith College, Norrthhampton (Mass.), 1987. 254p. Sewn. Series: Smith college Studies in History, Vol. L. Contents: A.C. CROMBIE: Introduction (pp.9-17); G. FITCH LYTLE: The Science of God and the Problems of Life: Preliminary Comments Toward a Social History of the Discipline of Theology (pp.17-53); A.C. CROMBIE: Contingent Expectation and Uncertain Choice: Historical Contexts of Arguments from Probabilities (pp.53--105); NANCY G. SIRAISI: The Physician's Task: Medical Reputations in Humanist Collective Biographies (pp.105-137); KATHERINE PARK: Medical Profession and Medical Practice in the Italian Renaissance (pp.137-161); JOHN SCARBOROUGH: Botany, Pharmacy, and the Culinary Arts (pp.161-205); JOHN PINTO: The Renaissance City Image (pp.205-254). From the library of Professor Carl Deroux.