Small and special: the development of hospitals for children in Victorian Britain

@article{Williams1998SmallAS,
  title={Small and special: the development of hospitals for children in Victorian Britain},
  author={David Innes Williams},
  journal={Medical History},
  year={1998},
  volume={42},
  pages={116 - 117}
}
changes that took place from the early Victorian to the modem age. The perception of a divinely designed world was transformed to that of a godless universe, and in the process Huxley famously coined "agnosticism". Desmond follows Bernard Lightman in ascribing religious qualities to Huxley's agnosticism. Specifically and most intriguingly, he characterizes Huxley as a Cromwellian Calvinist, relying in part on Mario di Gregorio's ponderings on the subject. This characterization is casually woven… CONTINUE READING