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Melancholy, medicine and religion in early modern England

Mary Ann Lund

Melancholy, medicine and religion in early modern England

reading "The anatomy of melancholy"

by Mary Ann Lund

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Published by Cambridge University Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Burton, Robert, -- 1577-1640,
  • Melancholy in literature,
  • Mind and body in literature,
  • Bibliotherapy -- England -- History -- 17th century,
  • Mind and body therapies -- England -- History -- 17th century,
  • Literature and medicine -- England -- History -- 17th century,
  • Medicine -- Religious aspects

  • Edition Notes

    StatementMary Ann Lund.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPR2224 .L86 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23909735M
    ISBN 109780521190503
    LC Control Number2009042029

    Published in five editions between and , The Anatomy of Melancholy marks a unique moment in the development of disciplines, when fields of knowledge were distinct but not yet restrictive. In Robert Burton’s Rhetoric, Susan Wells analyzes the Anatomy, demonstrating how its early modern practices of knowledge and persuasion can offer a model for transdisciplinary scholarship today. Maladies and Medicine offers a lively exploration of health and medical cures in early modern England. Case studies and personal anecdotes taken from doctors’ notes, personal journals, diaries, letters and even court records show the reactions of individuals to their illnesses and treatments, bringing the reader into close proximity with. Spiritus Vitalis: Melancholy and Humoural Science in the Early Modern Period On display in this exhibit is a selection of printed books from the Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Centre’s rare book collection, related to melancholy and humoural science in the early modern period.   See Richard Neugebauer, ‘Mental handicap in medieval and early modern England: criteria, measurement, care’, in David Wright and Anne Digby (eds), From idiocy to mental deficiency: historical perspectives on people with learning disabilities, London, Routledge, , and for a critical view, Tim Stainton, ‘Medieval charitable institutions.


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Learnedness and mental ability remain connected with melancholy, and thus it is rare to uncover scholars in this period, male or female, who do not claim melancholy as their predominant complexion; but just as this condition was esteemed in early modern England, it was also lamented, and while proposed cures proliferated in the "medical.

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