Samuel de Sorbiere

Samuel de Sorbiere Samuel (de) Sorbière (; 1615–1670) was a French physician and man of letters, a philosopher and translator, who is best known for his promotion of the works of Thomas Hobbes and Pierre Gassendi, in whose view of physics he placed his support, though unable to refute René Descartes, but who developed a reputation in his own day for a truculent and disputatious nature. Sorbière is regarded often by his position on ethics and disclosure about medical mistakes. In 1672 Sorbière considered the idea of being honest and upfront about a mistake having been made in medicine but thought that it might seriously jeopardise medical practice and concluded that it "would not catch on". Provided by Wikipedia

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by Sorbière, Samuel
Published 1709
printed, and sold by J. Woodward, in St. Christopher's-Alley in Threadneedle-Street

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by Sorbière, Samuel
Published 1709
Printed and sold by J. Woodward