Lectures on Homeopathic Philosophy by James Tyler KentLectures on Homeopathic Philosophy by James Tyler Kent

Lectures on Homeopathic Philosophy

byJames Tyler Kent

Paperback | February 3, 1993

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As increasing numbers of people turn to alternative healing practices, this classic text on the science and art of homeopathic medicine remains ever relevant. Written at the turn of the twentieth century by a distinguished physician, its concepts of health and healing are still ahead of our time. Dr. Kent summarizes, interprets, and systematizes the traditions of homeopathy, offering insights into the essential characteristics of the healing process: how to take a case history, how to study the case, how to establish the hierarchy of symptoms in determining the appropriate remedy--and above all, how to decide what to do after the first prescription, how to interpret the many reactions to therapy, and how to achieve a scientific understanding of a cure. This informative volume is must reading for any student or practitioner of homeopathy as well as any individual seriously interested in understanding the fundamental laws of health and healing.
James Tyler Kent, A.M., Chicago, Illinois, Professor of Materia Medica in Hahnemann Medical College, Chicago physician and author of several valuable medical works, is a native of the town of Woodhull, Steuben county, New York, born in 1849, son of Stephen Kent and Caroline Tyler, his wife. His elementary and secondary education was ac...
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Title:Lectures on Homeopathic PhilosophyFormat:PaperbackDimensions:240 pages, 5 × 5.6 × 0.7 inPublished:February 3, 1993Publisher:North Atlantic Books

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ISBN - 10:0913028614

ISBN - 13:9780913028612

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"There are three great epic works in the English language prior to the twentieth century: the translations of Homer, Melville's Moby Dick, and Kent's Lectures on Homeopathic Philosophy."
- Theodore Enslin