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New Perspectives on Malthus

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  1. Food, nerves, and fertility. Variations on the moral economy of the body, 1700–1920.Antonello La Vergata - 2019 - History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences 41 (4):1-30.
    In the literature investigating the long history of appeals to ‘nature’, in its multiple meanings, for rules of conduct or justification of social order, little attention has been paid to a long-standing tradition in which medical and physiological arguments merged into moral and social ones. A host of medical authors, biologists, social writers and philosophers assumed that nature spoke its moral language not only in its general economy, but also within and through the body. This is why, for instance, many (...)
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