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Pour une prescription réussie

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La vue nécessaire pour une prescription réussie Par le Dr. James Tyler Kent. The Homoeopathician, 1912. Traduit par Édouard Broussalian et Camille Genton.  La réussite ou l’échec d’une prescription dépend exclusivement du fait de parvenir à voir la totalité des symptômes du patient. Comprendre les symptômes, c’est voir l’ensemble des symptômes du malade au travers […]

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Le langage du Répertoire

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Avec la sortie du répertoire, voici le bon moment pour vous de lire ou relire cet article de Kent sur le sujet. En résumé, je vous extrais cette phrase que mes étudiants ont maintes fois entendue. « L’utilisation mécanique du Répertoire ne mène jamais à une prescription artistique ni à des résultats remarquables ». Le langage du Répertoire […]

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Fatals Errors : Totality of symptoms

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An other fatal error is the comprehension of the prescribing on the totality of symptoms Homeopathicaly Yours AD. LIPPE It is a fatal error to teach that the totality of symptoms means the pathological state which we have before us, be it a functional or already an abnormal organic one; that to prescribe for the […]

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An Address Preliminary to the Study of Homeopathics

Photo parue dans le vol1 de THE HOMOEOPATHICIAN

JAMES TYLER KENT By Julia C. Loos [One of the most devoted contributors and the backbone behind the publishing of THE HOMEOPATHICIAN.] If each one of our readers could sit for a while beside Dr. Kent on the bench in his garden, and have a professional that with him, it would not take long to […]

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Drug Proving

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  It is a great pleasure for me to « republish » some of my old articles. Here is one, published in The Homoeopathic Physician July 1881, dealing with the provings and how to well prove a drug. « Homeopathically » Yours, A. Lippe   Our knowledge of the curative virtues of drugs depends on our knowledge of their […]

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Pathological prescribing : A “science falsely so-called.”

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My colleague Dr Lee , proposed in July 1881 (« The Homeopathic Physician ») an article which, I think, follows well my comments on the third paragraph of the Organon. He reminds us that “superficial prescribing” will not heal !  » Homeopathically Yours » , Dr A. Lippe   There have been from Hahnemann’s day to the present, […]

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The third paragraph of Hahnemann’s “Organon” with comments

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Let me inaugurate my fisrt participation as publisher on a website with this article  i wrote in april 1881 for  the monthly journal « The Homeopathic Physician ». It’s a  comment on the thrid paragraph of the Organon.  » When the physician clearly perceives in disease that, which, in each individual case of sickness, is to be […]

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Dr. Burnett’s fifty reasons for being a homeopath -1-

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  First reason for being a homeopath Dr James Compton Burnett We never get tired of reading Burnett ! I have great admiration for this English physician who published a number of booklets like this. It is always striking to note with what honesty he talks about his failures, his trial and error, confirming that […]

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Observation 6

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Observation 6 No initial aggravation, the patient claims to be better, but he is not. (mirroring observation 20 and 21 mostly). Levels: A and B, and below. Diagnosis: partial prescription. In high levels of health, you would have prescribed a simile. In low levels of health with an indistinct picture, this is a normal situation […]

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