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Conceptions and representations of the individual between the medical and religious discourses in the long modern age


In continuation of my interest in the history of the normativization of sexual behaviour during the post-Tridentine period, and with study of the normativity of transition between the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries conducted in recent years, my current research focuses on the notions of the person that emerge from religious discourse and medical discourse in the long modern age, with especial regard to Sattelzeit.

Wednesday, October 21, 2015