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Pathways of homoeopathic medicine [electronic resource] : complex homoeopathy in its relationship to homoeopathy, naturopathy and conventional medicine /
Bettina Blessing ; with a foreword by Robert Jütte ; translated from the German by Margot M. Saar.
imprint
Heidelberg : Springer Medizin Verlag, c2011.
description
x, 105 p. : ill.
ISBN
3642149707 (alk. paper), 9783642149702 (alk. paper)
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Book
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imprint
Heidelberg : Springer Medizin Verlag, c2011.
isbn
3642149707 (alk. paper)
9783642149702 (alk. paper)
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Licensed for access by U. of T. users.
catalogue key
8163926
 
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Bettina Blessing's study follows the progress of homoeopathic therapies up to World War II. It focuses mainly on the development of double and complex remedies which were highly controversial even at the times of Hahnemann, who also experimented with double remedies.
Main Description
Bettina Blessing "s study follows the progress of homoeopathic therapies up to World War II. It focuses mainly on the development of double and complex remedies which were highly controversial even at the times of Hahnemann, who also experimented with double remedies. Various orientations of homoeopathy, spagyric, naturopathy and conventional medicine advocated homoeopathic remedies and supported medical concepts that were based on holistic " views. One of the proponents of alternative healing methods was the renowned Berlin surgeon August Bier (1861-1949). For him, homoeopathy was one of several possible medical approaches and, in accordance with Heraclitus, he argued that a harmonious view " of medicine was not possible as long as one of them was excluded.
Main Description
Bettina Blessing's study follows the progress of homoeopathic therapies up to World War II. It focuses mainly on the development of double and complex remedies which were highly controversial even at the times of Hahnemann, who also experimented with double remedies. Various orientations of homoeopathy, spagyric, naturopathy and conventional medicine advocated homoeopathic remedies and supported medical concepts that were based on 'holistic' views. One of the proponents of alternative healing methods was the renowned Berlin surgeon August Bier (1861-1949). For him, homoeopathy was one of several possible medical approaches and, in accordance with Heraclitus, he argued that a 'harmonious view' of medicine was not possible as long as one of them was excluded.

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