Fear in early modern society

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Published by Manchester University Press in New York .

Written in English

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  • Europe

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  • Fear -- Social aspects -- History.,
  • Europe -- History -- 1492-

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Book details

Statementedited by William G. Naphy and Penny Roberts.
SeriesStudies in early modern European history
ContributionsNaphy, William G., 1960-, Roberts, Penny.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsD231 .F38 1997
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL665934M
ISBN 100719048664, 071905205X
LC Control Number97011587

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Fear of loneliness. Society will always have someone who is the other so as far as I can tell that will continue to be a driving fear in all human cultures until the time when humanity ceases to be.

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It might be the post office or the airport check-in. But for some people the Sod’s Law of queueing can become a real phobia. the co-mingling of fear and pity in attitudes towards the poor and marginalised populations (plague in early modern Italy); the ways in which discussion of the epidemic functioned as a surrogate.

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The second fear is being afraid of the unknown. But there's a fix to this holding you back as well, Smith writes. "Anticipating what will happen in the future is a strength that can be developed.

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From colonial times to the early 19th century, the pervasive, virulent fear was of Catholics, who were seen as inferior, unassimilable, and in thrall to a foreign dictator (the Pope).

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A witch-hunt or a witch purge is a search for people who have been labelled witches or a search for evidence of witchcraft, and it often involves a moral panic or mass hysteria. The classical period of witch-hunts in Early Modern Europe and Colonial America took place in the Early Modern period or about tospanning the upheavals of the Reformation and the Thirty Years' War.

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In the first part of the book, Camporesi argues that the fear of hell, which prevailed in Europe over many hundreds of years, has now almost completely faded. The Eucharist, or host, the subject of the second part of the book, represented corporeal salvation for early modern Christians and was therefore closely linked with the imagery of hell Reviews: 2.

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