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Index from Age and Identity in Eighteenth-Century England

Index from Age and Identity in Eighteenth-Century England

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Index from Age and Identity in Eighteenth-Century England, published by Pickering & Chatto
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INDEX
Abraham, 50abstemiousness, 16, 56, 57, 74, 87, 118acting manuals, 130–7
Te Actor: A reatise on the Art o Playing 
 (Hill), 131actors, 76, 77, 78, 123, 130–7Addison, Joseph, 56, 86, 87, 89–90, 93, 96,103, 136adult lie, 43, 110, 116, 118advertising, 39, 104advice manuals
 see
conduct works; medicaladvice literatureaether, 101aerlie, 47age and aging and acting, 135–7and agency, 21, 72, 79, 80, 81, 98, 105,144–5benets and enjoyment o, 142–3biological view o, 70, 80, 148changing attitudes to, 8and character, 53–5, 121, 127–39and cheerulness, 84, 92, 97, 104,112–18, 143, 145, 147cosmological view o, 43–7in Christian tradition, 47–9in current culture, 1and decay, 28–33, 36, 37, 38, 47, 49, 55,67, 68, 71, 104, 112denitions o, 4, 20, 23diferent meanings o, 4–5eighteenth-century words and concepts,2, 20, 23–39, 70, 141, 146–7, 149and external orces, 41–61, 144gendered nature o, 5, 107, 108, 119–20gerontological studies o, 4, 5historical interest in, 5–6, 22, 142, 149and humours and temperature, 51–3and identity, 10, 107–20, 138–40, 145–9inevitability o, 75internalization o, 66–9, 70, 76and lie cycle, 42–3as lielong process, 5, 8, 68, 69, 70, 80and liespan, 49–51management o, 63, 64, 65, 72, 73–9, 93,97–8, 108, 109, 142, 144as matter o personal choice, 2, 98, 105,144mechanistic view o, 65–9, 70, 71, 72,78–9, 80–1as more than a secular/physical matter,41, 42, 49, 60, 71–2, 120and the new science, 63–81and Non-naturals, 56–7not seen internally or biologically, 61, 63,80–1, 143as opposite o youth, 33–7 physiological interpretation o, 63, 64,65–71representations o, 111–12research into, 1semantic diculties, 5, 20, 24, 25and sexuality, 115–17, 118, 119–20social dimension o, 83–105and temperament, 53–5, 137treatment and cure o, 30–1, 145agency and biology, 79–80human, over aging/body change, 21, 72,74, 76, 79, 80, 81, 105, 132, 144–5and mechanism, 72medical establishment, over body, 9, 63
 
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 Age and Identity in Eighteenth-Century England 
and personhood, 122rise o individual, 121airbalsamic particles in, 103resh, 19, 56Akenside, Mark, 96–7, 103alcohol, 59, 76
Te Amorous Bugbears
(Ward), 36amusements, 96, 99, 112, 119, 145Anne, Queen, 56, 86annuity schemes, 8anti-aging, as big business, 1Arber, Sara, 4, 5Aristotle, 19, 43, 51, 52, 53, 57, 84, 87, 112art, 126
 Art o Preserving Lie
(Hueland), 32–3artistic people, 77asceticism, 7astrology, 43–5, 60, 120astronomy, 26, 27avarice, 111Bacon, Roger, 30–1, 37, 44, 52, 111–12bacteriological revolution, 61balance, medical theories o, 52ballads, 11, 36, 116Barker-Beneld, G. J., 65, 80Barrell, John, 115Barresi, John, 3, 123, 138
 Batchelor’s Monitor 
(Anon.), 35bathing, 16, 58, 59, 76, 91beauty, physical, 84Beddoes, Tomas, 91, 102behaviourcodied, 136, 143and identity, 146impact on prolongation o healthy lie,33, 55, 58, 71, 98, 145in old age, 21, 99, 145 prescriptive, or old men, 107–21socially acceptable, 83, 97–8, 105, 107,108, 114, 136, 143, 145, 147Belcher, William, 101benevolence, 21, 99Bernard, Sir Tomas, 109, 111, 113, 116
Te Best and Easiest Method o Preserving Uninterrupted Health to Extreme Old  Age
(Anon.), 92Bethum, John, 26, 53, 88Bibleon duration o human lie, 49and punishment o sin, 47, 49, 50, 147 view o old age in, 47, 111, 115, 147billiards, 119Bills o Mortality, 46binary thinking, 33–7, 55biological age, 4, 5, 7, 61, 141, 146, 147, 148biology advent o, 9, 41, 66, 79, 143and agency, 79–80aspects o aging, 4, 41biosociality, 148blackguards, 110blacksmiths, 76blood, circulation o, 46–7, 57, 58–9, 65, 66,67, 73–5, 81, 90–1, 98–9, 130bodiliness, concepts o, 9, 41, 63body aging and unction o, 3anatomical view o, 9biological study o, 41changes in course o lie, 22, 122,129–30, 137concepts o, 2and constitution and character, 128–9diferent models o, 72, 143as ashionable commodity, 11gendered, 42history o the, 3and identity, 2, 9–10, 129–30, 138–9management o, 11, 14, 63, 64, 65, 72,73–9, 81, 90, 93, 97–8, 108, 109,142, 144mechanistic model o, 3, 21, 48, 52, 63,64, 65–9, 70, 71, 72, 78–9, 80–1,102, 143and mental disorders, 128new models o, 60, 79and personhood, 121 physiological interpretation o aging,63, 64regulation o, 19signicance beyond medicine o, 61, 63social dimension o, 83body language, 83–4body studies
 
 
 Index 
183distinction between nature and culture, 9historical, 41, 42modern, 3, 9body-centric view in eighteenth-century England, 3o aging, 5, 8, 28, 37o personhood, 121Boerhaave, Herman, 3, 16, 21, 46, 64, 65–8,69, 70–1, 72–3, 76, 80, 94, 102, 120books, on aging, 10
 see also
conduct works; devotional works;medical advice literature; moralizing textsBooth, George, 35Boswell, James, 78, 95, 103, 104, 132, 134,137Botelho, Lynn, 7, 8, 112Boyd-Haycock, David, 1, 14, 102Boyle, Robert, 57, 100brain, 65breath theory, 17, 102–3, 104, 117, 118,143, 145, 147Brewer, John, 136British Library, 89Brosch, Renate, 83Browne, Richard, 30Browne, Tomas, 44Buchan, William, 10, 18, 20, 56, 76–7, 81,90–1, 94–5, 99–100, 103–4, 113, 118Burney, Charles, 78cafeine, 59calendar, reorm o, 142carpenters, 76Carter, Philip, 110, 112census data, 8Chambers, Ephraim,
Cyclopaedia
, 27character, 53–5, 127–39and acting manuals, 132–4actors getting into, 134–5and age, 121changes in, 54, 129–30, 135, 137, 139,146denitions o, 128–9and identity, 123, 126–7 physical inuences on, 127–30, 138–9as state o body, 128characterization, in art/literature/theatre,126, 133–4Charleton, W., 86cheerulness, 21, 83, 84, 107, 145, 147eighteenth-century concept o, 85–90,104–5in medical advice literature, 90–9in old men, 112–19and sociability, 99, 103–4, 143transerability o, 100, 103, 104Cheyne, George, 10, 12, 15–16, 17–18, 19,32, 46–7, 48–9, 52, 56, 57, 73–4, 75,77–8, 88, 90, 95–6, 101, 102, 103, 108,109, 112, 114, 115–16, 118, 119, 120,127childhood, 43old age compared to, 116children, procreation o, 34cholerick, 53, 127Christianity and bodily management, 90and cheerulness, 89and identity, 123 view o age and aging, 3, 47–9, 60chronological age, 4, 5, 6, 7, 23, 26, 32, 33,38, 124, 141, 142, 146Churchill, Charles, 131Cicero, 45, 56, 111, 115, 116circulation, 46–7, 57, 58–9, 65, 66, 67,73–5, 81, 90–1, 98–9, 130citiesadvice to move away rom, 118unhealthy conditions in, 33citizenship, 123civility, 83–4, 89, 110Clark, Stuart, 33–4class, 149and civility, 84and identity, 10, 140, 145Classical tradition, view o old age, 44, 45,53, 56, 60, 65, 111, 115, 117climacteric years, 43–7, 71, 116, 120climate, 71clothing, 58
Code o Health and Longevity
(Sinclair), 120cofee houses, 113–14, 118, 131Cohausen, Johann Heinrich, 17, 51, 52, 95,102, 104, 117, 118, 147–8

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