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The leper as a scapegoat in England and Normandy (eleventh–twelfth centuries)
Damien Jeanne

–XIIe siècle) ’, in P. Bauduin , G. Combalbert , A. Dubois , B. Garnier and C. Maneuvrier (eds), Sur les pas de Lanfranc, du Bec à Caen : Recueil d’études en hommage à Véronique Gazeau , Cahier des Annales de Normandie, no. 37 ( Caen : Annales de Normandie , 2018 ), pp. 129–37 . 68 Touati, Maladie , pp. 191, 193, 195. 69 Ibid ., pp. 190, 229–31, 703, 714, 729. 70 J. Derrida , ‘ La pharmacie de Platon ’, in J. Derrida (ed.), La dissémination , 3rd edn ( Paris : Editions du Seuil , 1993 ), pp. 123–4 , 156

in Leprosy and identity in the Middle Ages
Dorothy Porter

Ibid. 103 Aristotle (384–322 BC), Problemata , 30.1. Attributed to Aristotle by Seneca the younger, ‘On the tranquility of mind’ (17.10). 104 See J. Derrida, ‘Cogito and the history of madness’, in J. Derrida, Writing and Difference (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, [1967] 1978), pp. 31

in Balancing the self
Howard Chiang

time when other scientists and influential philosophers across the Atlantic had already touched on issues that would become central to his own thinking.30 For example, one cannot ignore Karl Popper’s critical rationalist philosophy (especially as articulated in his 1935 book, The Logic of Scientific Discovery); Edmund Husserl’s attention to the role of writing in the formation of novel meaning (a theme that would later resurface in the deconstructionist theory of Jacques Derrida); or what Ernst Cassirer called a “cultural object,” whose coming-to-be and going out of

in Historical epistemology and the making of modern Chinese medicine