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difficulties—Platonism in marriage-Semi-wives— Wives in name

only—Vocation of women for medicine-Women as sick-nurses-

as doctors—Enfranchisement of women as regards medicine-

Intimacies between women and doctors-Women's medical collec-

tions-Hygienic rules—Neurasthenia—Woman as home-ruler-

The châtelaine-Her management of retainers—The science of

charity-Principles of great houses.

Pages 45-69

CHAPTER III

THE CHILDREN

1. Maternity.— Tendency to small families, its various causes— Marital

misfortunes-How new arrivals were received—Unpopularity of

feeding by the mothers—Children educated by the mother till the

age of seven-Old system of hardening-New system based on

reason. 2. The Boys.- Necessity of developing individualism among

them— Paternal education-Growing influence of the mother-

College life-Greatness and decadence of tutors—Understanding

between tutors and mothers—Excessive production of young men

of fashion-Influence of the new ideas - Decline of the spirit of

toil and discipline.

Pages 70-85

CHAPTER IV

THE EDUCATION OF GIRLS

Girls brought up solely by their mothers—Old theory of early marriage

-Education, especially physical and moral—Opinion of moralists
and physicians : counsels of Anne of France-Utilitarian system
of Germany—The intensive school: Vives; St. Theresa; the
Spanish system—The aesthetic school: Dolce; the Italian system-
Louise of Savoy-New theory of late marriage-Protests against
the salons—Reign of money : legitimated in Italy—The Roman

the realism of education–Tutors of girls-Moral freedom of girls
- Protests against what they read—The story for girls, after Anne

of France-The flirt-The hunt for a husband-Various ideas

on that matter-Coquetry, intrigue, cbam bermaids-Jean Raulin's

sermon-Open-air life.

Pages 86-108

programme-French society-Proposed remedies against Christian

socialism-Anne of France-School of Cardinal d'Amboise-

Principles of sentimental sociology-Social raison d'être of platon-

ism–Its Florentine origin-Development of the doctrine--Intel-

lectual aristocracy-Platonism a fashionable craze-Discussions on

the real character of love-Cataneo—Eloquent Bembo—Petrarch-

ism - Elevation of sentiments by platonism — Michelangelo —

French opposition to platonism—Triumph of platonism through

Italianism and feminism-Anne of France—Margaret of France

and her general philosophy.

Pages 137-176

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