A Compend of the Principles of Homoeopathy as Taught by Hahnemann, and Verified by a Century of Clinical Application

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Boericke & Runyon, 1896 - Health & Fitness - 160 pages
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1896. This book is intended to be an introduction and an aid to fuller study and wider acceptance of Hahnemann_s doctrine. His Organon is the great textbook of the homeopathic school. It contains philosophical conceptions and practical directions for the establishment of a true science of therapeutics and all genuine progress towards this goal is in the direction pointed out in that work. To fix its principles clearly in the mind of the student, to faithfully apply them in practice is the special duty and high privileges of homeopathy. The more this is done, the more this book becomes a veritable mountain of therapeutic light to the practitioner.

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