Quam Artem Exerceas?

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1994
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Quam Artem Exerceas? (Latin for "what do you do for a living?") refers to a question the physician Bernardino Ramazzini, also known as "the father of occupational medicine", often asked his patients to identify work-related causes of diseases they presented with. The work is a scholarly hypertext essay that represents aspects of scientific historiography and aims for maximum scholarly clarity and cohesion.

With the use of a navigation pane on the left side of the screen, users can traverse the different contextual sections of the treatise easily and can learn about enlightenment thought, early industrial inventions, and early modern litterature art.

 

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