By John Clerk Eldin
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56 On the question of teleology, he provides a different interpretation: hay que decir, pues, que la naturaleza siempre procura lo más perfecto, no porque siempre tienda a engendrar varón, sino porque cuando tiende a ello procura hacerlo lo mejor posible y lo mismo cuando se propone hacer hembra. 57 By means of a reading of the work of Du Laurens, Martín del Río, despite not adhering to an Aristotelian dualist model (he concedes the existence of hermaphrodites), does dissent from the Hippocratic-Galenic tradition by recognizing the irreducible singularity of the female body.
As argued in Daston and Park (1996: 122) and Oakley (1972: 9). We should not underestimate, however, the changes that took place on the question of homosexuality during previous periods. According to Boswell (1980: 269–332), it was during the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries that social and theological condemnation of homosexuality gathered strength. Medical and legal texts, however, may have delayed their censure. On this point, see Foucault (1994: 293–4). Daston and Park (1996: 121). This paragraph follows Daston and Park’s analysis.
See also the analysis by Rose (1994). Dreger (1998: 93 and 146–50). Cleminson and Vázquez García (2007). For an essay that urges a close examination of national sexological traditions and a questioning of Foucault’s discontinuous historical analysis, see Nye (1991). A further national difference with respect to hermaphroditism has been discussed by Dreger in that French doctors were keener than British ones to inquire into their patients’ sexual penchants and activities, perhaps in order to unmask any possibility of practising homosexuality.
An inquiry into naval tactics by John Clerk Eldin