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Sex and Health in the Middle AgesSeveral centuries ago, in the population's mind, as well as for Jewish, and the Christians and/or Muslims, everything was about religion and God
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Sex and health
in the Middle Ages
Intro: Western History
November 8th 2004
Sex and Health in the Middle Ages
Several centuries ago, in the population's mind, as well as for Jewish, and the Christians and/or Muslims, everything was about religion and God. Because of this, these religious groups were fully confident about the evidence that was given to them by the "intellectuals". Supported by religion, these "scholars", even though they were inaccurate most of the time, had answers for almost everything. Since their objectivity was often affected by diverse beliefs, these savants' way of thinking became the pillars of these societies. In the Middle Ages, though medicine and reproduction were often thought to be of a religious matter directed by God, human involvement was usually acceptable (Wiesner, p.132). These subjects are good examples of what kind of fundaments were anchored in people's thoughts. Three sources, written
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