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Preface. 1: An Introduction to John Gregory's Medical Ethics. I. Gregory's Contributions to the History of Medical Ethics and the History of Medicine. II. Gregory's Contributions to Bioethics. III. Plan of this Book. IV. Conclusion. 2: John Gregory's Life and Times: An Intellectual History. I. Setting Gregory in Context. II. Scottish National Identity and the Social Principle. III. Great Expectations, 1724-1742: The 'Academic Gregories'. IV. School Days, 1742-1746: Edinburgh and Leiden. V. Aberdeen, 1746-1754: Teaching, Practice, Marriage. VI. London, 1754-1755: Medical practice, the Bluestocking Circle. VII. Aberdeen, 1755-1764: Science of Man, Aberdeen Philosophical Society, Sympathy, and Laying Medicine Open. VIII. The Death of Gregory's Wife. IX. Edinburgh, 1764-1773: Professor of Medicine, the Royal Infirmary, Nervous Diseases, the Beattie-Hume Controversy, and Gregory's Correspondence with Mrs. Montagu. X. Gregory's Writings: Comparative View, A Father's Legacy, and Practice of Physic. XI. Gregory's Death. 3: Gregory's Medical Ethics. I. The Custom of Giving Preliminary Lectures: Leiden and Edinburgh. II. The Publication of Gregory's Lectures. III. Setting the Stage: Gregory's Intellectual Resources and Problem List. IV. The Texts. V. Gregory's Invention of Professional Medical Ethics and the Profession of Medicine in its Intellectual and Moral Senses. 4: Assessing Gregory's Medical Ethics. I. Then-Contemporary Views of Gregory's Medical Ethics. II. Gregory's Influence. III. Gregory's Importance forBioethics. IV. Concluding Word. Notes. Bibliography. Index.