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Name Professor’s Name Course Date Philosophy Introduction Medication can be broadly be classified into two, the traditional medication and the modern medication. The difference between the two is simple; the traditional one was not hinged on any clear chronological account on how the concoction is able to reverse a physiological departure while the modern medication is fully encapsulated with resounding facts that gives reason why and how the medication works.
This kind of explanation was and is still lacking in the traditional medication though they are recognized to some extent in the contemporary medication. Generally, medication would be considered to be scientifically relevant. In science, there are three principles that must be fulfilled by any happening considered to be in it domain, the principle of obeying natural laws, that is the law of gravity, replication, and falsifiability (Ellis, 127). In simpler terms science dictates that it has no preference and do not behave differently in any place and when performed by anybody. This concept is clearly manifested in the way vaccines are used. Whether a vaccine is used in Kenya or in Canada for example, it will have the same effect on the individuals that have used it. That explains why vaccines have been used to get rid of disease like measles and small pox all over the world. There operation can be fathomed both in common science and in the scientific perspective. ...
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