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If the concept of bodily pain has undergone an evolution in medical usage, it
cannot be grasped simply in the changing significance of any one term. A third
obstacle to any history of pain is its exceptional axiological and epistemological ...
distinguished many kinds of disharmony, each of which caused its own kind of
pain. Pain thus became a useful tool for diagnosis. It revealed to the physician
which harmony the patient had to recover. Pain might disappear in the process of
In dealing with the fullness of life, which found one of its major expressions in
pain, people were able to stand up in heroic defiance or stoically deny the need
for alleviation; they could welcome the opportunity for purification, penance, ...
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The Epidemics of Modern Medicine
The Medicalization of Life
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