By Fay Bound Alberti
Utilizing interdisciplinary concepts and unique study findings, this quantity explores the shift from humoral to frightened interpretations of emotion; the emotional nature of the clinical professional-patient dating; and the level to which gender may perhaps effect the prognosis, remedy and analysis of pathological emotional stipulations.
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34 The appeal of Newton’s method lay in providing a mathematical approach that could be applied to rational mechanics. 37 While theologians and moral philosophers discussed the associative and cognitive dimensions of emotions, understandings of their function and structure were influenced by medico-scientific debates on the material structure of the body. This included the iatrochemical approach of Thomas Willis (1621–1675); the mechanical physiology of Pitcairne, well-known as a physician and mathematician throughout Europe, and of Friedrich Hoffman (1660–1742); the hydro-dynamical circulatory physiology of Boerhaave; the models of sensibility and irritability found in the work of von Haller; and the neurophysiology of William Cullen (1710–1790).
129–c. 200). 13 Four qualities – hot, cold, moist and dry – inhered within these elements: fire was hot and dry; air was hot and moist; water was cold and moist; and earth was hot and dry. In each individual, these characteristics received the form of ‘humours’, which were believed to course through the body: blood, which was hot and moist like air; choler (or yellow bile) which was hot and dry like fire; phlegm, which was cold and moist like water; and melancholy (or black bile), which was cold and dry like earth.
12. 45. Cook, ‘Body and Passions’, p. 35. 46. See Elizabeth L. Haigh, ‘Vitalism, the Soul and Sensibility: The Physiology of Théophile Bordeu’, Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences (1976), 1, pp. 30–41. 47. Haigh, ‘Vitalism’, p. 30. 48. John P. Wright and Paul Potter (eds), Psyche and Soma: Physicians and Metaphysicians on the Mind-Body Problem from Antiquity to Enlightenment (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 2000), p. 10. 49. See Johanna Geyer-Kordesch, ‘Georg Ernst Stahl’s Radical Pietist Medicine and its Influence on the German Enlightenment’, in Andrew Cunningham and Roger French (eds) The Medical Enlightenment of the Eighteenth Century (Cambridge; New York: Cambridge University Press, 1990), p.
Medicine, Emotion and Disease, 1700–1950 by Fay Bound Alberti