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Onanism: or, a treatise upon the disorders produced by masturbation

S. A. D. Tissot

Onanism: or, a treatise upon the disorders produced by masturbation

or, the dangerous effects of secret and excessive venery. By M. Tissot, M.D. ... Translated from the last Paris edition. By A. Hume, M.D.

by S. A. D. Tissot

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Published by printed for the translator; and sold by W. Wilkinson in London .
Written in English


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SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 4929, no. 09.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationxii,184p.
Number of Pages184
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16855454M


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Onanism: Or, a Treatise Upon the Disorders Produced by Masturbation: Or, the Dangerous Effects of Secret and Excessive Venery.

by M. Tissot, M.D. Translated from the Last Paris Edition. by A. Hume, M.D. the Third Edition, Corrected. S A D Tissot. Dissertation sur les maladies produites par la masturbation (), and published in English translation as Onanism; or a Treatise upon the Disorder Produced by Masturbation () by Samuel Auguste André David Tissot (), an 18 th century Swiss physician.

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Hume, based on the third, revised edition (London: Wilkinson, ), pp. vii—viii. Google ScholarAuthor: Anna Katharina Schaffner. According to physicians R. and L. Perry in their book The Silent Friend: A Medical Work on the Disorders Produced by the Dangerous Effects of Onanism: “The practice of the solitary vice, onanism, manustupration or masturbation has been condemned by all writers, whether medical men, philosophers, or divines, from the earliest ages of : Mimi Matthews.

L’Onanisme: dissertation sur les maladies produites par la masturbation. Paris: Libraire Chez le Dentu, [Reprinted Paris: Le Sycomore, English translation: Onanism: or, a Treatise upon the Disorders Produced by Masturbation, translated from the Cited by: 2.

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London: J Pridden, London: J Pridden, by: 3. By the middle of the century Tissot's famous treatise, On Onania: or a Treatise upon the Disorders Produced by Masturbation (), had given a scientific veneer to the new anxiety about the "solitary vice.".

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Author(s): Tissot,S A D(Samuel Auguste David),; Hume,A Title(s): Onanism; or, A treatise upon the disorders produced by masturbation: or, the dangerous effects of secret and excessive venery. while the earliest quotation of masturbation is taken from A.

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