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Axis History and Philosophie of Medecine

2 Environment, disease, therapy 2012–2017



Les informations 2018–2022 remplaceront celles de 2012–2017 sur cette page
Les informations 2012–2017 sont désormais archivées, accessibles dans la rubrique
"Archives, Axes de recherche 2012–2017"


Thematics 2012–2017

The sub-axis "Environment, disease, therapy" brings together historians and philosophers of science who will study in a transversal and diachronic way the ways in which men have represented nature, landscapes and, more generally, The environment and how these representations have played a role in the design of diseases, in the history of treatment and prevention, and in the restructuring and modification of this environment.


In order to reflect on the links between man and his environment, certain avenues will be explored : we propose to reflect on the underlying ideas of nature and environment in very different contexts (China , Vietnam, Africa, the Arab-Muslim world, Europe and Latin America) at different times. We will try to find out how in each of these contexts the environment can be perceived as generating resources hostile or beneficial to man (miasmatic mists, pathogenic odors, but also source of longevity elixirs or perfect ecosystem) ; How it can be conceived as the origin of different corpora, subject to specific pathologies, calling in return for particular therapies or spatial arrangements ; And how man endeavors to extract its benefits or to eradicate real or presumed hostility.


The objective of this sub-axis, in terms of scientific production, will be the realization, after several days of work, of individual publications but also of a collective work around several of these themes and those that will emerge In the course of our research.



Members 2012–2017

Organisers
BRETELLE-ESTABLET Florence
KATOUZIAN-SAFADI Mehrnaz
Researchers - Phd Students - Post-docs
CANDELISE Lucia
CHANSIGAUD Valérie
CHABERT Anne-Lyse
GACHELIN Gabriel
LACHENAL Guillaume
MOULIN Anne-Marie
RICORDEL Joelle