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Another outstanding trait of Georgian medical culture is the interconnectedness among the scientific, literary, philosophical, and religious discourses on hysteria. Burton, an Oxford clergyman, drew on a mass of scientific and nonscientific learning to produce his treatise. Locke, the preeminent psychologist, epistemologist, and political philosopher of the late Stuart era, was trained in medicine and was a friend and associate of Sydenham. And the principal novelists of sensibility, as we have seen, were conversant with the new physiologies of the day.
The hysteric and hypochondriac were at times subjected to derision or caricature; but this was the worst of it, and they were just as likely to be regarded as victims of real physical and emotional distress. In contrast to Victorian medical moralizing, which linked nervousness to a contemptible lack of will and a hereditarian scheme of degeneration, there was notably little condemnation of the nervous patient in the 1700s. Another outstanding trait of Georgian medical culture is the interconnectedness among the scientific, literary, philosophical, and religious discourses on hysteria.
And the principal novelists of sensibility, as we have seen, were conversant with the new physiologies of the day. Smollett had attended the Edinburgh School of Medicine, and Sterne was an Anglican clergyman. Cheyne hobnobbed with Pope, Wesley, Hume, and Johnson. In addition to his clinical activities, Blackmore wrote voluminous verse and prose. 67 One consequence of this interplay between medicine and the Hysterick Women and Hypochondriack Men 37 cultural arts was a blurring of demarcations between genres of commentary about the nervous distempers, in men and women alike.
Advances in Mesopotamian Medicine from Hammurabi to Hippocrates by Attia, A.; Buisson. G. (ed.)