Ciało człowieka w polskiej katolickiej myśli parenetycznej pierwszych siedemdziesięciu lat XVIII stulecia
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In this article is presented a question of attitude towards the human body in the Polish catholic parenetic literature in the first seventy years of XVIIIth century. From the beginning of XVIIIth century there was a lot of criticism of human body in the Polish parenetic literature. Catholic authors condemned the interest of human body and viewed it in an aspect of heavy sin. There were mentioned many examples from the literature about the holy persons' life where the authors found a denunciation of the body by the holy persons' condemnation, Drastic change relatively to the human body took part about in the middle of XVIIIth century. Influence of the Piarists literature caused that many authors perceived the importance of sphere of the body for whole human life, Problem of the body was involved into considerations about education of good citizen, good husband, good wife and good child. It was noticed the weight of good care about the body in the context of eternal salvation of the soul. The care of the body as well as care of salvation of soul and other eternal problems became a very important element in recommendations of parenetic literature in the second half of XVIIIth century.