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The social convention requires people of average cultural level to be well informed in the history of philosophy, religion, sciences, arts, etc. Actually we get plenty of information on the history of literature, music, theatre, architecture, sculpture and painting day by day. Moreover, educated people should be acquainted with sport, dance, fashion, nutrition, and even styles of furniture, technical instruments, and so on.
Why would it be forgivable after all for a veterinarian to be ignorant of the history of his chosen vocation?
D. Karasszon: A concise history of veterinary medicine (Budapest, 1988)
Course leader: Dr. Míra Mándoki
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