Life of Christian Samuel Hahnemann

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B. Jain Publishers, 2002 M06 30 - 288 páginas
This book follows the life of Hahnemann from his birth and boyhood at Meissen (1755) through his student years, his disillusionment with common medical practice, translations, physician for the mentally disordered and onwards. The book follows Hahnemann during his struggles to have Homeopathy accepted, his determination, his marriage to Melanie, has final years in Paris and his death in 1843. This book has been well researched and contains great detail. Rosa Hobhouse has used the private letters of Hahnemann to enable us to see the person, the poet, the humanitarian, the loving father and the compassionate defender of human rights that Hahnemann was. This is a fascinating insight to Hahnemann the person and to Germany at the time of Hahnemann.
 

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CHAPTER I
13
CHAPTER II
27
FIRST PRACTICE AND MARRIAGE
47
CHAPTER IV
67
THE APOTHECARIES LEXICON
101
CHAPTER
121
THE HIPPOCRATES OF THE
139
CHAPTER IX
155
CHAPTER x
173
CHAPTER XI
195
CHAPTER XII
217
CHAPTER XIII
241
SECOND MARRIAGE AND CLOSING
253
BIBLIOGRAPHY
277
INDEX
283
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