BOOK REVIEWS 269 ation of the work of men and women, after the profession did make its appearance on the scene. NOTE 1. These four lectures by Muscio were delivered in Sydney in 1917 and published by Angus & Robertson, Sydney, the same year. A second edition was published in London in 1920 by Sir I. Pitman & Sons, entitled Lec- tures in Industrial Administration. Journal of the Hisrory of the Behavioral Sciences: Vol. 32(3), 269 -270 July I996 0 1996 John Wiley & Sons, Inc. CCC 0002-5061/96/03026Y -02 Joan Cadden. Meanings of Sex Dgferences in the Middle Ages. Medicine, Science, and Culture. Cambridge History of Medicine. NY Cambridge University Press, 1993. 3 10 pp. $54.95 (cloth) (Reviewed by Pierre J. Payer) In a tract on confession, the renowned Robert of Sorbonne enlists Hippocrates and Galen in support of his warning that excessive intercourse can lead to insanity and physical debility. In a discussion of the morality of intercourse during pregnancy Thomas Aquinas cautions that the motion and attendant pleasure could cause expulsion of the fetus, citing the authority of Avicenna. The fourteenth-century theologian Durandus of St. Pourcain resolves the issue of the sexual obligations of a healthy spouse
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