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Progress in understanding fasting and starvation physiology will be most rapid through the use of integrative and comparative approaches, which will require synthesis of the existing encyclopedic body of facts and data into a robust conceptual framework from which new ideas and theories will extend. Expand
Visions and Psychopathology in the Middle Ages
  • J. Kroll, B. Bachrach
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • The Journal of nervous and mental disease
  • 1 January 1982
Descriptions of visionary experiences from written medieval sources are examined from a cross-cultural perspective and it is possible that hallucinations, as culturally supported phenomena, were not as available as forms of expression of psychoses in the Middle Ages as they are today. Expand
Early saxon frontier warfare: Henry I, Otto I, and Carolingian military institutions
Introduction For more than a century, specialists in medieval German history have labored diligently to establish a Sonderweg or special route for the history of the early medieval German kingdom.Expand
The Mystic Mind: The Psychology of Medieval Mystics and Ascetics
This chapter discusses Mysticism, Mental Illness, Hysteria, and Mysticism as well as Historical Methods: Selecting a Data Base, and Pathways to Holiness. Expand
Medieval Siege Warfare: A Reconnaisance
Historians writing during the later nineteenth and the twentieth centuries unambiguously recognized the importance, indeed the central role, played by siege warfare in European military historyExpand