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Are the obstacles to certainty and simplicity in practical medicine insurmountable?

Are the obstacles to certainty and simplicity in practical medicine insurmountable? 1 Dr. Herz’s essay “On the Medicinal uses of the Phellandrium aquaticum,” andc., in the first part of the second volume of the Journal der practischen Arzneykunde, plunged me … Continue reading

 
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The Medicine of Experience

The medicine of experience – Samuel Hahnemann, 1805 Often considered to be the “precursor” to the first edition of the Organon Man, regarded as an animal, has been created more helpless than all other animals. He has no congenital weapons … Continue reading

 
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aphorism 1

The physician’s high and only mission is to restore the sick to health, to cure, as it is termed.1 1 His mission is not, however, to construct so-called systems, by interweaving empty speculations and hypotheses concerning the internal essential nature of … Continue reading

 
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