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Given that the two men were contemporaries, Chen Jiamou’s work was obviously circulating during his lifetime. 111 We also know that Wang Ji was aware of the written work of at least four of his contemporaries from other provinces, Xue Ji (1486–1558) and Wang Lun (1453– 1510) both from Zhejiang, Han Mao (ﬂ. 1522) from Sichuan, and Wei Guiyan (ﬂ. 1525) from Jiangsu, as their works were very inﬂuential on his own writings and theories. This awareness of other physicians is also demonstrated in writings such as Xu Chunfu’s Gujin yitong daquan which is not only a comprehensive theoretical work but has a section devoted to biographies of famous physicians, including Wang Ji.
Firstly, we are told that his younger brother, Wang Gui, died at sea and his son was sent to collect the cofﬁn and return with the body. This task proved both arduous and costly, and as a result the son would have lost everything had Wang Ji not helped him ﬁnancially or encouraged others to contribute as well. The other example concerns a temple for ancestor worship that the family wanted to build, but were having difﬁculty raising the large amount of money required. Wang Ji personally donated one-ﬁfth of the cost and his example inspired others to do likewise so that in only four days the full amount had been collected.
110 Books became more accessible, and as a result physicians became more aware both of their heritage, through reprints of ancient classics, and of the work of their contemporaries, through the circulation of newly published texts. Thanks to the increased circulation of books by travelling merchants, texts were not just conﬁned to the region in which they were published, so physicians from different regions had access to each other’s work. For example, as mentioned 34 MEDICAL CULTURE AND CONTEMPORARY SOCIETY above, Li Shizhen (1518–93) from Hubei commented on a materia medica compiled by Chen Jiamou (1486–1570).
A Chinese Physician: Wang Ji and the Stone Mountain Medical Case Histories (Needham Research Institute Series) by Joanna Grant