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☆Editor's Note: Dr. De Bersaques’ contribution puts in evidence the influence of the scientific bent of the Age of Reason and of the subjects of the contribution. The descriptions are clear cut and fully understandable more than 2 centuries after their writing. There is a search for natural causes and associations. Dr. Franklin emphasized the seeming bonds that exist between psoriasis and gout. Erasmus or Saint Augustine would have written in a very different way (M.G.-Y.).