Prof. Dr. Philip van der Eijk

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Publications in Topoi

Book 2019
Galen: Works on Human Nature. Mixtures (De Temperamentis), Cambridge University Press, 2019
Collection 2017
Marco Formisano and Philip van der Eijk (Eds.), Knowledge, Text and Practice in Ancient Technical Writing, Cambridge University Press, 2017
Inproceedings 2017
Philip van der Eijk and Roberto Lo Presti, "Werner Jaeger und die antike Medizin", in: Roberto Lo Presti and Colin Guthrie King (Eds.), Werner Jaeger: Wissenschaft, Bildung, Politik, Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter, 2017
Article 2017
Philip van der Eijk, "Visonen vom Inneren des Körpers", in: Das Wissen der Antike. Spektrum der Wissenschaft Spezial – Archäologie, Geschichte, Kultur, Spektrum der Wissenschaft, 4/2017 (Dec 2017), 57
Book 2016
Sean Coughlin, Philip van der Eijk, Ricardo Julião, Uta Kornmeier, Giouli Korobili, Orly Lewis, Thomas Schnalke, Chiara Thumiger and Christoph Geiger, The Soul is an Octopus. Ancient Ideas of Life and the Body, Berlin: Berliner Medizinhistorisches Museum der Charité, Berlin: Edition Topoi, 2016
Incollection 2017
Orly Lewis, Chiara Thumiger and Philip van der Eijk, "Mental and physical gradualism in Graeco-Roman medicine", in: Geert Keil, Lara Keuck and Rico Hauswald (Eds.), Vagueness in Psychiatry, Oxford - New York: Oxford University Press, 2017
Article 2016
Ricardo Julião, Roberto Lo Presti, Dominik Perler and Philip van der Eijk, "Mapping Memory. Theories in Ancient, Medieval and Early Modern Philosophy and Medicine", in: Space and Knowledge. Topoi Research Group Articles, eTopoi. Journal for Ancient Studies, Special Volume 6 (2016), 678–702
Inproceedings 2016
Philip van der Eijk, "On “Hippocratic” and “non-Hippocratic” medical writings", in: Lesley Dean-Jones and Ralph M. Rosen (Eds.), Ancient Concepts of the Hippocratic. Papers Presented at the XIIIth International Hippocrates Colloquium, Austin, Texas, August 2008, Leiden: Brill, 2016, 17–47
Incollection 2015
Philip van der Eijk, "Galen on the assessment of bodily mixtures", in: Brooke Holmes and Klaus-Dietrich Fischer (Eds.), The Frontiers of Ancient Science. Essays in Honor of Heinrich von Staden, Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter, 2015, 675–698
Incollection 2015
Philip van der Eijk, Mark J. Geller, Lennart Lehmhaus, Matteo Martelli and Christine Salazar, "Canons, authorities and medical practice in the Greek medical encyclopaedias of late antiquity and in the Talmud", in: Eva Cancik-Kirschbaum and Anita Traninger (Eds.), Wissen in Bewegung: Institution – Iteration – Transfer, Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag, 2015, 195–222
Incollection 2015
Philip van der Eijk, "Melancholia and hypochondria – steps in the history of a problematic combination", in: Hélène Cazes and Anne-France Morand (Eds.), Miroirs de la mélancolie, 2015, 13–28
Incollection 2014
Philip van der Eijk, "An episode in the historiography of malaria in the ancient world", in: Demetrios Michaelides (Ed.), Medicine and Healing in the Ancient Mediterranean World, Oxford, UK: Oxbow Books, 2014, 112–117
Incollection 2014
Philip van der Eijk, "Aetiology of disease and archaeology of medicine in Greek and Latin medical texts", in: Christiane Reitz and Anke Walter (Eds.), Von Ursachen sprechen. Eine aitiologische Spurensuche. Telling Origins. On the Lookout for Aetiology, Hildesheim: Olms, 2014, 461–490
Incollection 2014
Philip van der Eijk, "Hippocrate aristotélicien", in: Jacques Jouanna and Michel Zink (Eds.), Hippocrate et les hippocratismes: médecine, religion, société, Paris: De Boccard, 2014, 347–368
Article 2014
Philip van der Eijk, "Galen and early Christians on the role of the divine in the causation and treatment of health and disease", in: Early Christianity, 5 (2014), 337–370
Collection 2013
Philip van der Eijk and Peter N. Singer (Eds.), Galen. Psychological Writings, Cambridge University Press, 2013
Incollection 2013
Philip van der Eijk, "Galen and the Scientific Treatise: a Case Study of Mixtures", in: Markus Asper (Ed.), Writing Science. Medical and Mathematical Authorship in Ancient Greece, Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter, 2013, 145–176
Incollection 2013
Philip van der Eijk, "Galen on the nature of human beings", in: Peter Adamson, R. Hansberger and James Wilberding (Eds.), Philosophical Themes in Galen, 2013, 89–134
Incollection 2013
Philip van der Eijk, "Quelques observations sur la réception d'Aristote dans la médecine gréco-romaine de l'époque impériale", in: Y. Lehmann (Ed.), Aristoteles Romanus . La réception de la science aristotélicienne dans l'Empire gréco-romain, 2013
Incollection 2013
Philip van der Eijk, "Cure and (In)curability of Mental Disorders in Ancient Medical and Philosophical Thought", in: W.V. Harris (Ed.), Mental Disorders in the Classical World, Leiden: Brill, 2013, 307–338
Article 2013
Philip van der Eijk, "Geneeskunde en gezondheid in de Grieks-Romeinse wereld. Een overzicht van recente ontwikkelingen in de bestudering van de antieke geneeskunde", in: Lampas, 46 (2013), 183–202
Book 2012
Philip van der Eijk, Von der Natur des Menschen. Menschenbild und Naturwissenschaft im antiken und frühchristlichen Denken, 2012
Incollection 2012
Philip van der Eijk, "Exegesis, explanation and epistemology in Galen’s commentaries on Epidemics, Books One and Two", in: P. E. Pormann (Ed.), Epidemics in Context, Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter, 2012, 25–47
Incollection 2012
Philip van der Eijk, "Le rôle de Chartier dans la constitution des canons des traités hippocratiques et galéniques", in: V. Boudon-Millot, G. Cobolet and Jacques Jouanna (Eds.), René Chartier (1572-1654) Editeur et traducteur d’Hippocrate et Galien, 2012, 81–96
Article 2012
Philip van der Eijk, "Hippocrate aristotélicien", in: Comptes rendus de l’Académie des Inscriptions et Belles Lettres, 2012/4 (2012), 1501–1522
Incollection 2011
Philip van der Eijk, "Galen und Pergamon: Medizin und Gesellschaft", in: Ralf Grüßinger (Ed.), Pergamon. Panorama der antiken Metropole, Petersberg: Imhof Verlag, 2011, 235–238
Incollection 2011
Philip van der Eijk, "Medicine and health in the Graeco-Roman world", in: M. A. Jackson (Ed.), The Oxford Handbook for the History of Medicine, Oxford: OUP, 2011, 21–39
Incollection 2011
Philip van der Eijk, "Modes and degrees of soul-body relationship in On Regimen", in: L. Perilli (Ed.), Officina Hippocratica, Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter, 2011, 255–270
Incollection 2010
Philip van der Eijk and Maithe Hulskamp, "Stages in the reception of Aristotle's works on sleep and dreams in Hellenistic and Imperial philosophy and medicine", in: Pierre-Marie Morel (Ed.), La réception des Parva Naturalia d'Aristote. Fortune antique et médiévale, Paris: Publications de la Sorbonne, 2010, 47–75
Incollection 2010
Philip van der Eijk, "Galens Auseinandersetzung mit Aristoteles' Ansichten zum Gesichts- und Geruchssinn", in: Jochen Althoff, Sabine Föllinger and Georg Wöhrle (Eds.), Antike Naturwissenschaft und ihre Rezeption, Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag, 2010, 81–107
Incollection 2009
Philip van der Eijk and Sarah Francis, "Aristoteles, Aristotelismus und antike Medizin", in: Christian Brockmann, Wolfram Brunschön and Oliver Overwien (Eds.), Antike Medizin im Schnittpunkt von Geistes- und Naturwissenschaften, Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter, 2009, 213–234
Incollection 2009
Philip van der Eijk, "Os conceitos de saúde mental na medicina e na filosofia gregas dos séculos V e IV a.C. (com um breve panorama da Antiguidade tardia)", in: Miriam Campolina D. Peixoto (Ed.), Saúde dos Antigos - Reflexões Gregas e Romanas, Sao Paolo: Loyola, 2009, 11–32
Incollection 2009
Philip van der Eijk, "The woman not breathing", in: William Fortenbaugh and Elisabeth Pender (Eds.), Heraclides of Pontus: Discussion, New Brunswick: Transaction Publishers, 2009, 237–250
Collection [inpress]
Philip van der Eijk and Marco Formisano (Eds.), From Words to Acts? The Principle of Practical Applicability in Ancient Texts, [inpress]
Inproceedings [inpress]
Philip van der Eijk, "The place of disease in a teleological world-view: Plato, Aristotle, Galen", in: Julius Rocca (Ed.), Teleology in the Ancient World. The Dispensation of Nature, [inpress]
Incollection [inpress]
Philip van der Eijk, "Medicine in early and classical Greece", in: Alexander Jones (Ed.), The Cambridge History of Science . Vol. 1: Ancient Science, Cambridge University Press, [inpress]
Incollection [inpress]
Philip van der Eijk, "Arrangement and exploratory discourse in the Parva Naturalia", in: William Wians and Ronald Polansky (Eds.), Reading Aristotle: Argument and Exposition, Leiden: Brill, [inpress]

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