Kategorie: Französisch

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Hermaphrodites in and around Diderot’s Encyclopédie

For the longue durée history of hermaphrodites, the Encyclopédie and Diderot’s works are of paramount importance; they have been and will continue to be the subject of various posts on this blog (https://intersex.hypotheses.org/tag/encyclopedie, https://intersex.hypotheses.org/tag/diderot). In this...

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L’Ordre hermaphrodite

A last blogpost on 18th c. erotic culture (really not my field of expertise)… As I learned from a blog on ‚revolutionary trivia‘, namely http://rodama1789.blogspot.de/2015/03/scandalous-societies-order-of-felicity.html there was a society of libertines called ‚Ordre hermaphrodite‚ in the...

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‚Feimelo et masclei‘: The pregnant monk, again

The hermaphrodite monk Klaus Oschema brought to attention recently (see https://intersex.hypotheses.org/2963) evidently attracted considerable attention already by contemporaries (as the near-contemporary accounts of Jean de Roy and Jean Molinet already suggest), and one way or the...

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Zweigeschlechtlich, autogam und schwanger – ein Mönch in der spätmittelalterlichen Auvergne

Über Mönche, die „beiderlei Geschlecht haben“ hat Brendan Röder hier im Blog schon gehandelt: https://intersex.hypotheses.org/2237, der Topos des schwangeren Mönches ist auch aus anderes Kontexten (ohne Verbindungen zu Fragen des Hermaphroditismus) bekannt, man denke an Zapperis...