Acta Scientific Veterinary Sciences (ISSN: 2582-3183)

Review Article Volume 4 Issue 12

The Age of Nature Again with the Discipline of Ancient Thought for Veterinarians

Mehmet Gul*

Veterinary Clinical Nutritionist and Nutrigenomian, Carnivor Planet Veterinary Nutri Health Service, Kozyatagi, Istanbul, Turkey

*Corresponding Author: Mehmet Gul, Veterinary Clinical Nutritionist and Nutrigenomian, Carnivor Planet Veterinary Nutri Health Service, Kozyatagi, Istanbul, Turkey.

Received: September 08, 2022; Published: November 15, 2022

Abstract

If you work for the health of a living being, you have to know the history of that living thing or living things. Medicine as a single discipline cannot go far back in history. Because living things are much more than we can touch today. What we can observe today can only be an illusion. The classification of living things, the time periods in which they live and the discovery of environmental conditions have a much longer history than the history of the discovery of diseases. The way to remove this illusion may be possible with multidisciplinary studies. The history of our planet can shed light on the domesticated species we encounter in our modern lives today and their behavior. With its complex structure, it does not seem easy to understand all living things.
Whether it is modern urban creatures, their ancestors in nature or all extinct creatures, it is possible to understand the common fate of nature and its contents as a whole and to analyze the effects and changing behaviors of each natural dynamic. One of the main problems of health sciences today is to ignore the geographical sciences, the queen of the sciences, who created the systems and disciplines of thought that explain and understand the history of nature. Losing direct contact with reality, that is, with nature, we believe that knowledge or positive sciences do not and will not conform to the thought models we have accumulated since Ancient Greece. Moving away from interpretation, forming a hypothesis and trying to explain our hypothesis by contacting reality is the fact that it is an indispensable reflex of our desire to know, which is our raison d'être. For our species, which naturally has to know, the price of moving away from this philosophy is a fast approaching empire of dark thought. We have to test science with knowledge. The way to meet reality directly is to return to the natural age and listen to these great scholars again.

Keywords:Veterinary Medicine; Veterinary Nutrition; Natural History Sciences; Geography; Philosophy; Zoology

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Citation

Citation: Mehmet Gul. “The Age of Nature Again with the Discipline of Ancient Thought for Veterinarians". Acta Scientific Veterinary Sciences 4.12 (2022): 40-44.

Copyright

Copyright: © 2022 Mehmet Gul. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.




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