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C.F. Goodey traces the interplay between human types and the changing characteristics attributed to them, from the twelfth-century beginnings of European social administration through to the onset of today's formal human science disciplines. In proposing a theory of intellectual disability as historically contingent, this paradigm-shifting work chronicles the modern concept of human intelligence as a cultural creation with roots in the religious and social matrices of early modern Europe.

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