Voir Knight, M. Bouvier, F. Furet et M. Annexe 1. Joachim, J. Aussi peut-on relever quelques lacunes par exemple, de Leray Ducourau et Cie. Cela importe peu ou celle de Hentsch Frères et Cie.
Cattoni Fils et Cie. Chatelain, op. Deschamps, Port-au-Prince, Par con- San Juan, avec quelques secteurs économiques. Quelques avaient leurs propres circuits inanciers ou fonc- papiers trouvés aux archives de la BNP-PARI- tionnaient même, dans certains cas, comme des BAS et portant la signature des responsables de Holding inanciers.
Schall, qui était en même temps, selon M. Mais quelle était dans le circuit inancier à Porto Rico. On est en au fait leur stratégie? Domingo, pendant ce premier cycle bancaire, différenciaient-elles leurs activités dans chacun Par contre pour ce qui concerne le poids de ces deux pays?
Guerra y Sanchéz et de J. Le Riverand peuvent 17 Les travaux de R. Guerra S, R. Habana, Aussi ces détenteurs de capitaux 2. La cée. En effet, le marché portoricain le fascinait culture de la canne à sucre du tabac, du café, etc. Elle avait tiré proit des di- francs pour 13 fr. Ce pour plusieurs raisons. En —on sait pourquoi- aucun sentiment particulier effet, pour les agents bancaires, aux environs de pour le système français.
Estrella, J. Franco Pichardo, F. Pino-Santos ,55la Hava- désormais opérer. La responsabilité de Paris dans et dans les pays du centre.
Ceci ne devait pas ces dificultés. Haïti, voir H. Port-au-Prince, Haïti.
Porto Rico était également deve- aucun chiffre pour les autres régions de ce continent. Voir, Fred Rippy, J. Ceci dit, il 29 O. Pino Santos rapporte que, selon H. A noter que ces que celles qui sont indiquées dans le tableau ci- chiffres ne concordent pas avec les estimations des Nations Unies et que Pino-Santos cite également.
Pino-Santos, O. Enelle possédait pays. A francs et à Morgan, de placer en Europe, et en deux emprunts de Le principe général et de la ville de la Havane. Et ce, non pas seulement tie dans la vente des coupons. Toutes ces entreprises ont, en plus, connu mais notamment Cuba pour ses énormes ressour- très vite de nombreuses dificultés. El- pays qui cherchaient des capitaux sur les mar- les ont raté donc plusieurs opportunités. Maria et Esperanza produisaient en fait ensemble une part assez faible de la production du sucre totale.
Mais elles ont toutes connu, selon les données disponibles, une forte croissante pendant les trois années En effet, à en croire le ministre de France de à Il en a été de même des centrales dans quelques-uns unes de ces maisons. Ce point devrait donc être évalué Domingo Improvement Co. Pendant la même avec un grand soin ; vous allez voir comment il 40 AH-MEF, Boîte : Lettre du ministre de France à la Havane en date du 20 janvier au ministre des affaires étrangères.
Cependant on en Juan, aux tentations de passer, pendant ces mê- compte La pro- somme de 4. Paris au gérant de la centrale la Fortuna. Voir : Moniteur Oficiel du Commerce, 11 mars Et ce, malgré le fait que pendant cette période les opérations de 3. Ou du moins quelle te français avaient à faire face. Poidevin, R. Elle la United Railroads of the Havana, qui opérait à placerait, en outre, la banque vis à vis du gou- Cuba, voulait émettre à Paris. Cette lettre se réfère doute parfois raison de ne pas donner immédiate- à un éventuel emprunt de Car il fallait maintenir, au plan politique, un peu de distance En effet, elle représentait parfois, semble par rapport à ces deux banques, puisque leurs i- t-il, moins de Certes, ce chiffre moyen de De tels actes ont eu lieu surtout, tions douteuses auxquelles elles étaient mêlées.
Cela ne peut, néanmoins, Il fallait, de plus, essayer de proiter de quelques justiier le comportement de Paris. Le systè- conjonctures particulières pour arracher cer- me capitaliste français avait davantage intérêt taines concessions à Port-au-Prince.
Du reste, en instruisant ble. Le piétinement et la du capitalisme français dans cette zone. Les causes. On ne dispose 58 Voir Poidevin, R. Gaillard analyse avec autres pays. Mais on est en droit de supposer que, dans tous les cas de passion ce décret dans le cas des emprunts haïtiens de la in du XIXe igure, leur valeur devait représenter à peine une maigre pitance par siècle. Voir J. Thobie et G. Gaillard, art. Gaillard, G. Etablissement oficiel de la National tage encore dans cette zone pour ces banques.
Ce message a eu pour objectif principal de justiier les interventions nord-américaines dans la région latinoaméricaine et de cés à Porto Rico. Mais on sait que, à en juger installée, endans ce pays. Haïti était égale- ment, on vient de le rappeler, dans sa ligne de En terme général, cette masse énorme mire. Cependant, malgré sa faible taille deral Reserve Act, de la National City Bank dans par rapport au marché homeopathie et regime amaigrissant tisane par exemple qui ces économies.
La Speyer et la NCB aussi. Elle avait pu en cette rivales européennes. Quels sont les facteurs qui pré- actions de la iliale de la BUP à Haïti.
Sans doute, la ra plus loin. Nous espérons que le moment ne des marchés de type oligopolistique. Caribbean ; In : A. Aussi peut-on se demander sur ciés français, M. Car, comme le fait observer Tur- francs-papier. Pour bien le faire, il faut se réfé- Tribunal de la Seine.
On pense par exemple à la annéesde la NCB dans le négoce du sucre stratégie que la BUP essayait de mettre au point et des emprunts publics. Ces ces agents ont commis quatre grandes erreurs.
Ce qui signiie que le avaient participé. Ne pouvant pouvoirs publics. Ce mode de valorisation plus hauts responsables de la BNH dans des ac- du capital leur parut extrêmement rentable, ce tions osées.
Or ces attaques ou par la force, son diktat aux autorités de ce étaient trop 9 regiment dartillerie belfort, trop méprisantes en- pays.
On a déjà fait allusion à ce tre le mode prédominant de valorisation du ca- point. Morgan, et non à aider des à trouver dans les établissements de ce genre banques étrangères rivales à consolider leur po- vraiment désireux de favoriser le développement sition dans ces pays.
Elle dans le contexte concurrentiel qui a dominé cette est donc très riche en enseignements. Celles-ci ont été, dans leur entrelacement, la région. Fonds publics ne dans la République adjacente. Tableaux en annexe. Un siècle de relations inancières entre Haïti et la France. Un siècle de banque française.
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Port-au-Prince: Imprimerie Le Natal, Abstract This essay examines an American expansionist vision that featured inance capital.
Even though Pletcher challenges the notion that expansion was intellectual realm of expansionist and imperialist ideals, plans, and mostly driven by economic factors, he does acknowledge that in the mid designs.
An historical narrative of visions of American economic expan- s there was a strong expansionist economic discourse that stressed sion can be gleaned from the general literature on U. Pletcher, Diplomacy and expansionism since many studies broach the intellectual context. On Asia see McCormick, China exports, for in it colonies were largely envisioned as consumer markets Market. Fieldhouse, Economics and States Expansionism, Adding the dis- course about U.
First, about American expansionist visions. Even if it diversiies the historical narrative by featuring scholarship has documented an expansionist ide- inance capital more than commerce in a story al that championed American loans to foreign go- that traditionally highlights the latter.
Second, vernments i. If the commercial discourse highlighted at the periphery of the historical narrative about Asia more than Latin America, the opposite held expansionist visions. Scholarship has lar- featured inance capital? Geography, material gely examined his ideas about surplus capital in conditions, and narratives about Mexico largely isolation, suggesting that his expansionist vision explain why.
The turn of the century marked the was uncommon. In journalism about U. Furthermore, the engine of American expansion. The point is not sources examined for this article usually examined foreign investment in isolation, not in conjunction with trade. Nevertheless, at times contem- that Conant was the driving force behind perio- poraries discussed inance and trade together.
But links between the two seemed stronger in discussions of foreign loans than foreign investment. It has been estimated that strategy of vertical integration.
There is a signiicant body of literature between and U. Hence the academic discussion of foreign capital billion. See Mira Wilkins, The Emergence of Multinational Enterprise: signiicantly contrasts with the analysis of foreign commerce, which American Business Abroad from the Colonial Era to Cambridge, documents an American vision of commercial empire. Mexico became a magnet for global Mexico during the era.
More than half the pean business and governmental circles. At this foreign capital invested in Mexico was Ameri- time around the turn-of-the centurythe U. In diplomatic historian Da- roe Doctrine. An within Mexico—including its natural resources, American expansionist trade discourse became geography, politics, history, and demography— prominent in the s, and for two decades it provided excellent material for U.
In contrast, foreign investment. One can only speculate. Perhaps as compelling as the commercial narratives like the narrative about Mexico lacked the drama, America and the world powers ighting for ac- controversy, and conlict of other turn-of-the- cess to the China market, and the U. This incipient era of American expansio- thereby strengthen its global trade. Americas, 34, 2 Oct, : Few but signiicant standard Conant made a very strong case for periodicals are examined: The New York Times, American economic expansion.
Indeed, Around is a sensible starting point because he was well aware of the negative connotations U. To the contrary, he articu- became more prominent in American economic lated a pro-capitalist theory of imperialism, and discourse. Conant made a strong public case for This essay is divided into three sections. He also published regularly in noted periodicals, such as North American Review and Atlantic Monthly.
Healy, United States Expansionism, On the imperialist economic ideas particu- Thesis larly inance capital of noted theorists see D. York Times New York, Nevertheless, stint in Boston. Bradford Rhodes owned the journal from to Here he states his In George W.
Englehardt became the owner and E.
For background on the journal see F. Mott, A History of American Magazines, being opened up to the surplus resources of the capitalistic countries vol. New problems had By arguing that surplus capital drove emerged that classic liberalism did not anticipa- imperialism, Conant implicitly countered the te, theorize, or address. Conantmaintained that in the main force behind the economic expansion of distinct climate of the late nineteenth century advanced nations.
Conant further downplayed global expansion was essential to the survival the overproduction problem by maintaining that of capitalism. Investing notions of imperialism that highlighted politics surplus capital abroad instead of in redundant and militarism. Conant depicted the underlying national industries would decrease national pro- causes of national expansion and the force that duction. The industrialized nations were The European powers and Russia had already compelled to expand owing to the dilemma of expanded, thus it was imperative that the U.
Conant employed nant maintained, productive outlets for capital social Darwinist rhetoric that made American were diminishing. He recounted the economic expansion vital. He described the global arena history of the United States to illustrate his point. During the nineteenth century the U. For background on the publication and signiicance of United and dedicated an entire article to the danger it States and the Orient see Healy, United States Expansionism, In addition to journal articles Conant wrote additional monographs in- posed.
Despite others inferior. Americans, harmonious. Thus, century perhaps explain his less threatening cha- Americans had a racial advantage that stemmed racterization of British-American relations.
In an article vity. It is worth noting the classical school. Ricardo examined resour- that Conant was not unique in this regard, for ces, geography, and labor, not social stability. A component of this challenge focused such an extreme that they eschewed international on the labor force. On the limited impact of scientiic racism on academic bienfaits dun regime vegetarien recette economy see the former is unsurprising given that the word Joseph Schumpeter, History of Economic Analysis New York, He also 26 To create an explanatory economic model, Ricardo represented humans as one-dimensional and universal.
He depicted them as mate- mentioned South America, but very infrequen- rial beings whose principal desire fable 1 pc rajeunir visage to maximize proit. For analysis tly. Mexico was not mentioned at all. Theories New York, Conant pansion into the Orient, he asserted that the goal provided no explicit explanation.
But one can of expansion was his central concern, and that speculate. The United ther the United States shall actually acquire ter- States already had a strong presence in Mexico, ritorial possessions, shall set up captain-gene- Central America, and the Caribbean. His book was a call plomatic representatives as the basis for asser- for the United States to take a more aggressive ting their rights to the free commerce of the East, expansionist policy in those regions.
If America is a matter of detail. For example, in the case of the Philippines economics may have been another factor. He he championed a strong U. These periodicals, in keeping with to achieve U. Rather, he seemed to be more of an tion, depicted undeveloped regions as proitable empirical pragmatist, prescribing methods based outlets for American capital, highlighted invest- on the situation. Morality and ethics, he stated, ment over trade, focused on conditions in host were not an issue.
Rather, the central matter was countries, and forecast American global domi- creating proper conditions for American capital. If there was a thematic similarity between in trade and investment. This focus on Mexico was particularly U. Furthermore, Mexico was pro- opposed to militarism. Over the irst half century One way economics was placed at the center was of independence, only one Mexican president by a strong rejection of militarism.
Militarism inished his term in ofice. Pronunciamientos was denounced on several fronts. The theme in this discourse, like the one the century. Mexican militarism was a thing which had been so popular in the mid-nineteenth of the past. Polk made good on his transition from militarism to commerce and campaign promise by invading Mexico, and he economy. The paper observed that Díaz rose to and others even complained about the Treaty prominence as a military man he was a military of Guadalupe Hidalgo that ended the war sin- hero since he defended Mexico during the Fren- ce it only gave the U.
Pletcher, Diplomacy of Trade and Investment, The journal predicted that 31 The article, along with American and Mexican press reactions American investments in Mexico would increase after Mexico went on to it, was reprinted in Matías Romero, Estudio sobre la anexión de the gold standard. México a losEstados Unidos Mexico City, In fact, tarism was over, and Mexico had entered a new Díaz was criticized by Mexicans for treating fo- period of stability.
In the Mexican nalists to write positive reports about political government began to articulate an anti-foreign conditions in Mexico. In fact, the Mexican government nationalized U. Finally, the Díaz regime favored British ther pro-order for the sake of favorable condi- capital over American capital in the petroleum tions for American capital. Why did the periodi- treated and safe. One possible tone to the expansionist discourse.
Conant had explanation is that Mexican nationalism did not discussed potential problems in host countries. Scholarship To create appropriate conditions for American has shown that the American railroads in Mexico capital it may be necessary for the U. In contrast, American interests since the host government provided stability and in Mexico were concerned about the go- protected foreign interests.
Hence, no foreign vernment initiative to take greater control over intervention was necessary. The American pe- foreign mining interests, but the important point is that it never became law. The periodical literature empha- adoption of the gold standard revealed. The demand for large capital for every class Perhaps American inancial and commercial in- of enterprise is apparent.
This relected the economic reality, perly inaugurated and judiciously carried on. In keeping with him, the perio- riodical literature. A combination of histo- necessity owing to the overproduction crisis.
On opportunity for its employment elsewhere. There were antecedents. The pe- Mexico as a land rich in minerals was cited. Technology was hailed as place for commercial and industrial investments. The original version was in 46 New York Times, 21 June4. Reinsch was a noted academic two Spanish editions Paris, andfour in English London, of world affairs. By it increased to 23 billion. In it totaled 43 billion. American foreign Magazine. Earlier in the nineteenth novations … Improved elements and farming century, when U.
Traction engines and stream plows Mexico did not emphasize the Humboldtean idea will enable the land to its absolute maximum ca- of Mexican natural abundance as much. The Me- pacity. The day of the old style Mexican plowing xican American War is a case in point. Capital investment, then, religion and politics, not economics. Further, was a necessity. This depiction of Mexicans as nor did the other issue that dominated the war— economically incompetent actually helped bols- slavery—highlight the issue of investment and ter some aforementioned themes too.
Addi- imagination during the late nineteenth century. American capital Mexicans did not have the ability to exploit their would help to civilize and modernize Mexico. Mexi- reaping good proits from his investment, is su- cans were wedded to traditional production tech- pplying the capital with which to develop and niques and lacked economic vision. Americans, beautify the wonderful country of Mexico. After all, by the U. Furthermore, Mexico was by far dominance over its European competitors, ho- the most signiicant country in which America wever.
But it was articulated in the narrative that reigned the U. Why was a ther, a topic this essay will now turn to. The press narrative of triumphalism about American hege- made explicit links between Mexico and all of mony vis-à-vis its foreign competitors in Mexi- Latin America.
Based on U. European diplomats would be an enormously prosperous region for in Mexico began complaining about American American economic expansion. A strand in this hegemony as early as KATZ, The discourse even explicitly rejected the importance Díaz government, in an attempt to weaken Ame- of the East, contending that Latin America would rican dominance, favored British economic in- prove to be more economically signiicant to the terests over American interests The most noted United States than Asia.
One can can loan placed in the U. Perhaps the- million-dollar Mexican loan was the re was a concern that boasting too much would irst Latin American loan placed in New York, provoke anti-American backlash in Mexico.
This and a New York banking house had to beat out appears to be a well-grounded preoccupation. French competition to secure it. Emphasizing the Jingoistic articles in the U.
Furthermore, the Mexican newspapers, gations created by the various countries south of especially the opposition press, warned about the the Rio Grande. The slogan suggested that the U. Conant, the driving engaged public attention. Further- prominent during late and earlya more, Conant hoped that a gold standard based period during which U. From to fall off during the recession. A wave of the U. In Mexico about Mexico.
The New York Times proclaimed adopted the gold standard. The South American book club, which formed investment in Mexico skyrocketed. Introducing the new section, the jour- they take steps similar to those taken by Mexico nal explained why Latin America was important: to establish a sound monetary system.
Financial Power. While a high le- rature acknowledges. The conventional histori- vel of optimism still characterized American ex- cal narrative tells a story that is predominated by pansionist commercial discourse about Asia after concerns about overproduction and limited and the Spanish-American War, during the irst de- luctuating internal demand, problems which cade of the twentieth century there were a series made exports foremost in the American imagi- of well publicized American economic failures nation.
This historical account of an expansionist in the East that diminished the stature of Asia in commercial vision highlights Asian markets par- the American imagination. Despite the fact that this era marked the Since American economic discourse onset of American foreign investment—a deve- about Asia focused mostly on American exports lopment that has been documented in the econo- it is unsurprising that some comparisons betwe- mic literature, particularly international business en Latin America and Asia discussed commerce.
The historical literature ned imports of the Asiatic coast. As Japan develops her industrial forces her for American capital. This contrasted with the purchases will increasingly consist of raw ma- discourse about Asia not only because it stressed terials for conversion into inished products.
The account there was a greater demand for inished products. Furthermore, the narrative forecast huge government that solicited and protected U. In an age when America was based on American triumphs in Mexico. Finally, battling with European powers for markets in U. According to the formal and informal empire, perhaps the peace- press narrative, America would dislodge Europe ful discourse about American investment in Por- especially Britainthereby establishing itself as irian Mexico went under the radar of scholars of the preeminent inancial q ride warwick in the Americas.
American foreign relations.
For contemporaries, the opposite held: American inance capital in Poririan Mexico was an ideal subject Mexico loomed large in the U. Mexico was depicted as El Dorado, a treasure house of vast untapped na- tural wealth ready for American exploitation.
In expansionist discourse, political and cultural fac- tors explained this ideal situation for Americans. Political instability and a weak capitalist ethic explained why Mexicans had been unsuccessful in exploiting their own riches, which provided an opening for Americans. In the story, U. Along with ideal material conditions, the political situation could not have been better. How do we account for the fact that the discourse about U. Perhaps the narrative about American inance capital in Poririan Mexico was so ide- al that it went largely unnoticed.
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Só com o tempo. Both foreigners and Brazilians feel this dificulty creates a sense of impunity and moral weakness. This articles seeks to establish a theoretical reference model wherein Brazilian laws are purposely ambitious in the direction of social and political progress.
There is an understanding that the social and political structure is incapable of enforcing these new laws in their entirety. Only with time. Thus there exists a trade-off between an ambitious social project which provides a social good and the delay in the effective enforcement of these laws which bears a moral cost. This theory reveals the balance between social goods and costs that determines the degree of enforcement attained as bienfaits dun regime vegetarien recette as the changes that alter this model.
Good governance can have a positive to examine the issue of corporate governance impact on proitability and overall economic per- in listed Brazilian companies during the period formance, and attract investments in the capital Our intention is only to sketch some markets for the company. Given the importance aspects of the inancial history of this period, of corporations for the economy at large, good as a way to provoke the development of deeper governance ends up creating more jobs and inco- studies.
At the end of the EmpireCorporate governance is based on a com- and at the beginning of the Republic pre- bination of the corporation laws themselves and sentthree important pieces of legislation were enforcement of the respective rules and regula- enacted: the Corporation Law, the tions.
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In general, the legal framework sets two Decree regulating the Law, and the Decree main objectives: i to provide a system of eco- modifying the Corporation Law. On the other hand, the insiders use their power to extract value from new laws were praised as progressive and impor- minority shareholders, non voting shareholders, tant for the industrial and inancial development creditors, and others outsiders.
In order to evaluate the trade-offs involved, we apply the theoretical framework Corporate governance is a continuous set developed in the irst part of the article. After all, the Bra- ders, but corporate government in a sense is the zilian population is a melting pot of different on-going enforcement of the norms and regu- ethnic groups and varied cultural backgrounds.
Therefore, when a new Perhaps, if we examine the macro and microe- corporate law is enacted, like the and conomics of the decision process related to law pieces of legislation, it was implicit that with creation and law enforcement, we can offer ano- proper enforcement they would receive practical ther explanation.
Enforcement in a narrow sense In others words, the enforcement of laws is une- is deined as to compel, sometimes obtaining ven. The coexistence of laws that are enforced, obedience by threat. Enforcement is also deined or partially enforced, or not enforced at all is a as to execute the law with vigor. Economic historians adoption of the new law. The new law is seen have done an outstanding work of studying the as placing an ambitious target, a bench mark importance of technological progress for the for progress.
It is an agenda for social reform or economic development of regions and countries. It is not ckward countries, as argued by Gerschenkron. It has to be enforced. In other words, it is an ongoing In my view, the same reasoning applies process.
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The major diffe- improvements and foster the offer of merit goo- rence is that technology transfer occurs mostly at ds, but can adversely affect production or con- the company level of business decisions, while sumption in the short run.
For instance, new laws transfer of laws, rules, and regulations are made about child labor, environmental protection, food at the institutional and political level, involving quality, etc. Other pieces of legislation may set society as a whole. We could list other situa- would be set only by domestic considerations tions, but the point to be made is that the new given the prevailing culture of the country. Ho- laws can create externalities, and give incentives wever, what is not generally perceived, or when to disobey the laws by taking decisions and ac- perdre 4 kilos menopause gratuit is, is treated as a trade-off, is that the laws, ru- tions based on private costs beneits rather than les, and regulations can be borrowed, but not the social costs beneits.
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Sua voz aparece mediada pela voz do psiquiatra que registrou em suas fichas as características do paciente e de seu delírio. Por isso a história da loucura pertenceria à história dos iletrados, dos anônimos, dos excluídos, dos marginais, dos sem voz e o historiador é obrigado a se restringir ao discurso político do poder e do saber para atingir seu objeto. Para tentar relativizar esse discurso, Murat procura estabelecer a hierarquia dos critérios empregados pelo alienista, tendo sempre em mente que, como todo mundo, ele tem uma história pessoal, convicções religiosas e opiniões políticas.
O segundo nome de sua lista é Jean-Étienne-Dominique Esquirol, cuja trajetória é muito semelhante à de Pinel, do qual foi o discípulo favorito. Tendo também estudado em Toulouse e em Montpellier, Esquirol dirigiu Bicêtre depois do mestre e atuava em Salpetrière desdequando, emfoi nomeado substituto de Pinel, que se aposentou naquele ano. Segundo Murat, essa ideia de uma loucura indexada ao progresso e às formas programme minceur gratuit sport direct governo marca todo o século XIX.
Coulmier deu vida boa para Sade em Charenton: tinta e papel para escrever, liberdade para circular e, o mais importante, o direito de produzir e encenar peças. As peças de Sade e o ambiente licencioso que se constituiu em torno desse pequeno teatro, que fazia muito sucesso atraindo plateia sofisticada, acabaram provocando reações negativas. EmRoyer-Collard ganhou a parada, Coulmier foi afastado, ele se tornou diretor de Charenton e suprimiu toda a espécie de bailes e representações teatrais e, no hospício, em vez do ambiente alegre anterior, seus pacientes experimentavam a cura pelo trabalho: para as loucas, os ateliês de costura e para os loucos as colônias agrícolas.
Só naquele ano entraram em Bicêtre catorze imperadores. A Luís Felipe, como disse um contemporâneo, faltava majestade. A monomania orgulhosa seria uma doença tipicamente romântica, pois a loucura do século XIX, segundo um especialista, é o orgulho.
Antes, nunca se tinha visto tantos homens se apresentando como salvadores, capacidades, talentos de primeira ordem. No espaço de alguns meses, a política passou a ser assunto de que se ocupavam todas as pessoas, inclusive as mulheres. Restava saber a origem dessa doença. Os médicos que se dedicaram às investigações sobre a doença foram também atingidos de alguma maneira pelos episódios históricos que engolfaram toda a sociedade.
As duas perspectivas, em que o diagnóstico da doença estava contaminado por questões ideológicas, pareceriam falhas aos olhos do século que viria. Ainda seria preciso esperar algumas décadas para o surgimento de Sigmund Freud.