The Lesser Writings of Samuel Hahnemann
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Follow Hahnemann's thought from his early, dissatisfied days as a conventional doctor to his discoveries that revealed an eternal principle of healing. Experience for yourself Hahnemann's genius and genuine philanthropy in this unique collection.
The book contains a number of valuable essays, including his first major essay that defined homoeopathy "Essay on a New Curative Principle for Ascertaining the Curative power of Drugs" (1796) and many others, including: "Cure and Prevention of Scarlet Fever" (1801); "Aesclepius in the Balance" (1805); "Contrasts of Old and New Schools of Medicine" (1825).
The first book to pull together all of Hahnemann's other writings. It remains the primary source ofr studying the development of Hahnemann's thought.
|Subtitle||Collected and Translated by: R.E. Dudgeon, MD|