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The hygienic utopia in Jules Verne, Camille Flammarion, and William Morris
Manon Mathias

was at its height: 19 Jules Verne's Cinq cents millions de la Bégum (1880), Camille Flammarion's Uranie (1889), and William Morris's News from Nowhere (1890). Morris's novel is now widely recognised as an important contribution to English social and political thought, but has rarely been studied in relation to health and disease. The two French novels have also received little critical attention in relation to this topic, particularly Flammarion's Uranie , which has not been the focus of any sustained analysis

in Progress and pathology
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Perceiving, describing and modelling child development
Bonnie Evans

not a timeless entity but has its origins in the mid nineteenth century. It was only in the early twentieth century that the ‘social sciences’ began to achieve their most powerful form in political thought and in the government and management of individual lives via the definition of workers’ rights and the provision of welfare, educational and other ‘social’ services. This model of society united

in The metamorphosis of autism
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The French human sciences and the crafting of modern subjectivity, 1794–1816
Laurens Schlicht

A. Jainchill, Reimagining Politics after the Terror (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2008), 204. See also K. Margerison, ‘P. L. Roederer: political thought and practice during the French Revolution’, Transactions of the American Philosophical Society , 73:1 (1983), 1–166. 30 ‘La terreur est un tremblement habituel, général, un tremblement extérieur qui affecte les fibres les plus cachées, qui

in Progress and pathology
Ian Kennedy, oversight and accountability in the 1980s
Duncan Wilson

hoc way. As Rose details, however, the neo-liberal rationalism of the Chicago School nevertheless came to provide a way of linking up these various tactics so that ‘they appeared to partake in a coherent logic’. See Nikolas Rose, Powers of Freedom: Reframing Political Thought (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1999) p. 27. See also Evans, Thatcher and Thatcherism. 117 Lawson, The New Conservatism, p. 5. On the neo-liberal belief that external audit ensured competitiveness, transparency and public accountability, see Power, The Audit Society; Rose, Powers of

in The making of British bioethics