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This series of six lectures is aimed at providing a basis for the specialist homœopathic practitioner to understand the history and development of Homœopathic Medicine – from Hahnemann’s reproducible observations of individual substance effects to the consequent general similars principle. These observations paved the way to a new and pure materia medica, devoid of conjecture & hypothesis, and his foundational pharmacography (Fragmenta, RA, CK).
The course details the history & development of repertory with particular focus on the Therapeutisches Taschenbuch (TT) of Bönninghausen (the creator of our Repertory as we know it), which is modelled upon Hahnemann’s clear pharmacographic structure (abstraction of symptoms), and further illustrates TT’s use with a variety of case exercises through our own modern English language translation The Bönninghausen Repertory, 2nd edition (TBR2). Each lecture provides plentiful and clear citation to sources in order to facilitate further investigation and studies beyond the lecture series.
- Review the history and development of homeopathic medicine
- Discuss the construction, accuracy and use of materia medica in clinical practice
- Explore the differentiation of typography to indicate certainty of information
- Cultivate a deep understanding of the elemental triad that leads to a complete symptom
- Review terms introduced to help define concepts of symptomarchy, complete symptom and complete case
- Synthesize this knowledge in order to apply it effectively in clinical practice
This course is co-sponsored with the Homeopathic Academy of Naturopathic Physicians. Please visit their website to learn more about this incredible organization and to become a member!
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