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170, 181. 3 The Smoke of the Soul: Anatomy, Medical Spirits and the Rete Mirabile: 1538–1643 Richard Sugg The history of the soul seems to be as old as the history of literature itself. 2 For Christianity, which significantly altered Hebrew notions of divine and human ‘spirit’, this meant that God had instilled a soul into Adam, and thereby quickened him into life by essentially unifying body and soul. This essay considers two aspects of body–soul relations in the earlymodern period. The first is the very basic issue of body–soul unity.
This is not to deny the prominence of that alternative scenario, but rather to counsel caution in generalizing about the ubiquitous character of Christian hostility to the body. Most religions are chameleons in the ranges of forms they can take. In attempting to comprehend the overwhelming emphasis on suffering that has characterized late medieval and modern Western Christianity, it is therefore important to look not simply to that religion’s past, but also to the contexts that encouraged these new emphases.
Williams, The Ideas of the Fall and of Original Sin (London, 1927). 11. T. S. ), The Table Talk of Martin Luther (Grand Rapids, 1952), p. 158 (no. 224). 12. Dante places the proud (in Canto X) on the lowest crevice of Purgatory, the lustful on the highest (Canto XXV). For examples of gluttony treated as the first and most serious sin, see M. P. Cosman, Fabulous Feasts (New York, 1976), pp. 116–123. 13. Only its third purpose in the Preface to the 1662 Marriage Service, but elevated to first place in the Alternative Service Book (1980) and Common Worship (2000).