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Medical care for protracted ailments, even though they might lead to untimely
death, had become a mark of distinction. By contrast, a reverse judgment ...
Clinical Death The French Revolution marked a short interruption in. 43 E.
Ebstein, "Die ...
A few of the city or town rich acquired prestige by living as patients of famous
clinicians, but in the early nineteenth ... While "timely" death had originated in the
emerging class consciousness of the bourgeois, "clinical" death originated in the
Baroque death seems to intrude constantly into the doctor's activities, making fun
of him while he sells his wares at a fair, ... Only after clinical sickness and clinical
death had developed considerably do we find the first pictures in which the ...
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The Epidemics of Modern Medicine
The Medicalization of Life
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