iatrochemical


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iatrochemical

(aɪˌætrəʊˈkɛmɪkəl)
adj
(Chemistry) chem relating to iatrochemistry or iatrochemists
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Silvia de Renzi's discussion of Johannes Faber, a German Lyncean who taught at La Sapienza in Rome, offers a glimpse of the interface between natural philosophy, medical skepticism, the Socratic model, and the iatrochemical world of the 1620s.
The iatrochemical school that succeeded Van Helmont explained all body functions as being determined by chemical reactions without direction by any mystical or spiritual force.
1646) and subsequent years as a controversial medical and alchemical practitioner in the London of the 1650s and early 1660s, to his premature death in the 1665 plague outbreak, with an analysis of the content and cultural context of his openly acknowledged iatrochemical writings and of the arcane productions of Eirenaeus Philalethes.