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by Nancy S. Struever,Stephen Pender

Rhetoric and Medicine in Early Modern Europe (Literary and Scientific Cultures of Early Modernity) download ebook
ISBN:
1409430227
ISBN13:
978-1409430223
Author:
Nancy S. Struever,Stephen Pender
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Routledge; 1 edition (November 21, 2012)
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310 pages
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4.1

It shows how rhetorical knowledge can enhance our understanding of early modern medical and health-related works and it offers engaging readings of some very interesting little-known texts.

It shows how rhetorical knowledge can enhance our understanding of early modern medical and health-related works and it offers engaging readings of some very interesting little-known texts at a time of relative flux in the history of medicine, these explorations of intersections between rhetoric and mediccine in early modern Europe represent a change of focus to the broader dimensions of the cultural and literary practices of medicine.

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Literary and Scientific Cultures of Early Modernity Series. The book, the first of its kind, is a collection of essays that concentrates on the intimate relationship between medicine and rhetoric in early modern Europe. Each of the essays-ten in total-in this volume make a valuable contribution to the field of seventeenth-century studies, medical rhetoric, and scientific cultures, as well as philosophy. Stephen Pender presents an eloquent and in-depth introduction to the history of rhetoric in medicine.

Rhetoric and Medicine i.has been added to your Cart. Stephen Pender is associate professor of English at the University of Windsor, Canada.

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Through close analysis of texts, cultural and civic communities, and intellectual history, the papers in this collection, for the first time, propose a dynamic relationship between rhetoric and medicine as discourses and disciplines of cure in early modern Europe. Although the range of theoretical approaches and methodologies represented here is diverse, the essays collectively explore the theories and practices, innovations and interventions, that underwrite the shared concerns of medicine, moral philosophy, and rhetoric: care and consolation, reading, policy, and rectitude, signinference, selfhood, and autonomy-all developed and refined at the intersection of areas of inquiry usually thought distinct. From Italy to England, from the sixteenth through to the mid-eighteenth century, early modern moral philosophers and essayists, rhetoricians and physicians investigated the passions and persuasion, vulnerability and volubility, theoretical intervention and practical therapy in the dramas, narratives, and disciplines of public and private cure. The essays are relevant to a wide range of readers, including cultural, literary, and intellectual historians, historians of medicine and philosophy, and scholars of rhetoric.