HOW TO FIND THE SIMILLIMUM WITH BOGER-BOENNINGHAUSENS REPERTORY

HOW TO FIND THE SIMILLIMUM WITH BOGER-BOENNINGHAUSENS REPERTORY

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Of the Repertories in the hands of the profession today, the "Boger is the subject of this little booklet. It is unfortunate that though it is second to none in its practical utility, it appears to have been comparatively neglected. The aim of this book is to provide an impetus to a wider circle for Homoeopaths to discover for themselves its immense value as an unfailing aid in finding the simillimum.

A detailed description of the structure, organization and practical use of the repertory, including points of comparison with Kent's repertory, repertorisation examples for sample cases and rubric cross references.

The book also briefs about the need for BBCR repertory. A few comments on each chapter such as Mind - Location, Parts of the body and organs - Sleep and Dreams - Fever, Chill, Heat, Sweet, Circulation; have been added for better understanding of the work.

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HOW TO FIND THE SIMILLIMUM WITH BOGER-BOENNINGHAUSENS REPERTORY

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Pages178
AuthorsBoger, C M
FormatPaperback
LanguageEnglish
ImprintNo
Boger, C M

Cyrus Maxwell Boger was born on May 13, 1861 in western Pennsylvania, the son of Cyrus and Isabelle Maxwell Boger. He received his elementary education in the public schools of Lebanon, Pa., then graduated in pharmacy from the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and later in medicine from Hahnemann Medical College of Philadelphia. He settled in Parkersburg, W. Va., in 1888 where a long and very large practise was his, patients consulting him from neighboring states and from distant states and countries. His ambition was to devote all his time to teaching and writing but he never reached the point of giving up his practise. However, he frequently lectured before scientific audiences at the Pulte Medical College in Cincinnati and was a teacher of philosophy, materia medica, and repertory study in the American Foundation for Homoeopathy Postgraduate School from 1924 until his death. Boger, who was a german scholar, brought Bœnninghausen's Characteristics and Repertory into the English Language in 1905. He was married three times. A daughter of the first marriage died quite young. The second marriage brought him four sons and five daughters. His third wife, Anna M. Boger, was his secretary and constant helper. He died on September 2, 1935, aged 74, from food-poisoning after eating a tin of home-preserved tomatoes. He was a devoted follower of the Boenninghausen method of a repertory study, as all his published works show.

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