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By Vincent Pointillart

Le dos est l. a. maladie du si?cle, qui touchera au moins une fois dans sa vie chaque personne et qui occupe quelques heures dans l. a. formation des g?n?ralistes de tous can pay. Le vieillissement progressif de l. a. inhabitants avec son occurrence sur los angeles pathologie d?g?n?rative et tumorale secondaire, l. a. s?dentarit? accrue, l’augmentation de l’esp?rance de vie des handicap?s par l?sion m?dullaire traumatique, sont autant de facteurs qui accentuent l. a. demande de soins incluant le recours ? un avis chirurgical. los angeles rapidit? de l’apparition de nouvelles strategies ? l. a. fois diagnostiques et th?rapeutiques laisse le g?n?raliste souvent d?sempar? face ? cette pathologie. L’objectif de ce livre est d’en faciliter l. a. compr?hension pour favoriser une orientation plus rapide et plus adapt?e, limiter les erreurs diagnostiques et le retard pr?judiciable, am?liorer l. a. conversation entre g?n?raliste et sp?cialiste et enfin d?mythifier le rachis – en particulier l. a. chirurgie rachidienne marqu?e par le syndrome du fauteuil roulant. Le premiere chapitre est consacr? ? l’enfant et l’adolescent, le moment ? l’adulte de moins de cinquante ans, et le troisi?me ? l’adulte apr?s cet ?ge. Chacun de ces chapitres suggest un expos? pratique des signes cliniques et une conduite ? tenir diagnostique pour permettre une orientation judicieuse du sufferer. Le quatri?me chapitre est sp?cifique aux bless?s m?dullaires ? l. a. part chronique. Les deux suivants exposent les r?flexions qui guident los angeles strat?gie chirurgicale et le suivi du malade op?r?.

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When Aristotle wants to mention Plato by name, he does. I shall be told (is I have argued myself) that, if separation means turning universals into particular entities, into individual substances, Plato did so. By implication, yes. But it is one thing to say that forms are beings, each a unit to itself, and the like, and another to claim that these units are separate substances in Fine's IE sense. Does Aristotle's careful 'swiss-clock-game' with Plato and separation imply that Plato did not make the final move and did not use terms of separation and all that is implied?

6 settles finally the textual point at 464b8; c2; 4 6 5 c 5 In all these cases the split is between the BTW family and the F family, and the split is consistent. My own feeling leads me to accept the reading o f BTW with Kahn; but the reading of the more 'popular' F is hardly lectio facilior, and the possibility of two recensions, even in 410 CRITICAL STUDY antiquity, and perhaps even by Plato himself has not, to my knowledge, been disproved. On the other hand, it is astonishing that Kahn seems to be the first to detect a lacuna at 489c6-7.

But I cannot end without adding that one cannot expect Aristotle to qualify X~pt'r withr6n~ (p. 41) since that would be no Greek; that eb;at'n is not 'is something' (59) but 'to be something'; and that I shall only believe that 'appears', in Greek, can function veridicaUy, to mean 'manifestly is' (67) when I am given evidence for this sense of the particular verb referred to in the context. Nor is it enough (35, n. 18) to state one's emendation without comment (especially since half of it - the better half - has already been suggested by Alexander, Bessarion and the Aldine, all of whom are mentioned in Ross' apparatus and note).

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