- Paperback: 361 pages
- Publisher: B. Jain Regular (1 April 2006)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 8131932206
- ISBN-13: 978-8131932209
- Product Dimensions: 21.6 x 1.8 x 14.3 cm
- Average Customer Review: 1 customer review
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #85,468 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
Analytical Repertory of the Symptoms of the Mind (Old Edition) Paperback – 1 Apr 2006
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About the Book: Analytical Repertory of the Symptoms of the Mind The arrangement as well as the style of printing, has the one object especially in view, viz. to make it as easy as possible for the eye, and through the eye, for the mind to find what is looked for About the Author: Constantine Hering Constantine Hering, MD, the "father" of American homeopathy, was born on January 1, 1800 in the the town of Oschatz within the electorate of Saxony (now in Eastern Germany). He grew up in a religious household. In 1817 he attended the Surgical Academy of Dresden for three years and from 1820 he studied medicine at Leipzig University. While at Leipzig he was the student-assistant of a Dr Robbi, an antagonist of homoeopathy. Robbi was approached by a local publisher to write a book about the homoeopathic "heresy" but referred the publisher to Hering because of his own lack of time. Hering enthusiastically pursued this task, studying the writings of Hahnemann, repeating provings, and undertaking other practical experiments as part of his research. During this period, Hering received a dissecting wound that became inflamed and infected. He was advised to have his hand amputated but sought homoeopathic treatment and recovered. As a result of the evidence from his own investigations, Hering transferred his allegiance. But instead of writing the negative review, he immediately quit the job and left the University to become one of the most influential proponents of homeopathy of all time. Hering graduated from the University of Liepzig (in 1826). In his doctoral thesis titled, "On the Medicine of the Future", Hering declared himself to be a homoeopath. In the years of 1827-1833, Hering was sent to Paramaribo, Surinam by his King (of Saxony) where he conducted Zoological and Botanical research for his government. Soon after, the King attempted to prevent Hering from publishing his prolific homeopathic findings, but instead, Hering resigned the post and became the Physician-in-
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