VIC343Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Michel De Montaigne, Fugger, Garnier

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Plato"s theory of differentiating man from woman was his tale of male living lives of cowardice and unrighteousness coming being reincarnated as woman, as the original race was man. Galen"s theory included women as well as men in the reproductive process. Aristotle suggested that the woman was merely an incubator for the seed. The four humors black bile, yellow bile, blood, and phlegm. These are connected with the four seasons of the year, the four elements that constitute the world, and if in balance one would lead a healthy life. Humors are used to describe the gender difference, whereby men are hot and dry and women are cold and wet. The quality of being both male and female. Comes from the ancient greek tale: the son of hermes and aphrodite went into the woods and was followed by solomes the wood nymph, who raped him because of his beauty. As she was raping him she called on the.

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