Society, Culture and the Auditory Imagination in Modern France: The Humanity of Hearing

Society, Culture and the Auditory Imagination in Modern France: The Humanity of Hearing

English | 2015 | ISBN: 1137455349 | PDF | 180 Pages | 1.9 mb


This book examines the striking way in which medical and scientific work on hearing in 18th and 19th-century France helped to shape modern French society and culture. The author argues that of all the senses hearing offered the greatest resources for remodelling the idea of the universal human condition within the modern French historical setting.

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