Samuel Hahnemann: His Life & Times By Treveor Cook

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Author: SAMUEL HAHNEMANN & COOK
ISBN: 9788131906194
Imprint: B.Jain Regular

Pages

192
Format

Paperback
Language

English

The Genius of Homoeopathy comprise of a series of lectures delivered at the New York Homoeopathic Medical College. Close was a student of P.P. Wells and Bernhardt Fincke. This book is one of the most clear and lucid compilation of the philosophical basis of homoeopathic study. It is written with extreme ...Read More

The Genius of Homoeopathy comprise of a series of lectures delivered at the New York Homoeopathic Medical College. Close was a student of P.P. Wells and Bernhardt Fincke. This book is one of the most clear and lucid compilation of the philosophical basis of homoeopathic study. It is written with extreme clarity. This conspicuous work by a stalwart explains the principles and philosophy of homeopathic system of medicine. It thoroughly explains the concept of life, health and disease. It discusses Hahnemannian principles from a modern standpoint. It will prove beneficial to all the students and practitioners to master the art and science of homeopathy.

A wonderful work on the biography of the founder of homeopathy, Dr Samuel Hahnemann. Giving his wandering life through persecution and tragedy to eventual success and the establishment of homeopathic medicine.

This definitive biography of Christian Friedrich Samuel Hahnemann (1755-1843), the founder of homeopathy, a system of healing which revolutionized medicine and now in the 21st century has received more support than at any time in the last century. It is a story of one man's fight against the cruelty, inhumanity and quackery of the medical practice of his day and his pioneering efforts in the face of persecution, prejudice and bigotry to introduce a safe, compassionate and effective alternative therapy. Set against a backdrop of the tumultuous political and social events of Samuel Hahnemann's time, it vividly traces the development of homeopathy and his family's struggle for survival in the face of war, poverty, pestilence and persecution. Starting from the early days to wandering years to his last days in Paris, no milestone of Dr. Hahnemann is left behind.

This book provides

- A detailed systematic description of his life events;

- Enumerates the momentous events of his time which influenced Dr. Hahnemann's life and work;

-Details about his medical and scientific work,

-Represents his life events in a chronological order,

An easy reference for the students and practitioners alike.


Pages 192
Format Paperback
Imprint B.Jain Regular
Language English

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