Grand Characteristics of the Materia Medica

John Henry Clarke

Grand Characteristics of the Materia Medica, John Henry Clarke
Buch: 32 Seiten, kart.
Best.-Nr.: 00156
Gewicht: 30g
ISBN: 978-81-8056-283-9 9788180562839
Printed in India. Out of print.

Grand Characteristics of the Materia Medica

John Henry Clarke

Buch: 32 Seiten, kart.
Best.-Nr.: 00156
Gewicht: 30g
ISBN: 978-81-8056-283-9 9788180562839
Printed in India. Out of print.
Clarke's selection of key symptoms recommeded as practically useful by his teacher Thomas Skinner. Arranged in three ways: alphabetically, schematically (using repertory style headings) and in a clinical repertory (by condition).

PREFACE
Over half a century ago when I was sitting at the feet of Dr. Thomas Skinner, to whom my friend Dr. John McLachlan, in a recently published article rightly gives a place in the great Quaternary of the Homoeopathic Empyrean—Hahnemann, Hering, Lippe, Skinner—I learned from him many precious bits of practical know¬ledge, most of which will be found in their due place scattered through the pages of my Dictionary of Practical Materia Medico. The best Repertory which any man can possess is that which he can carry in his own head. If practice depended entirely on books the multiplication of these would soon make practice impossible. Fortunately there are many features of homoeopathy which tend to the simplification of practice and none knew this better than Thomas Skinner. When, for instance, we have a feverish patient who turns deadly pale and faints'on any attempt to rise from the horizontal posture, we have no need to make an hour's search in repertories to find the simillimum. The patient is crying out for Aconite. That symptom is a " grand characteristic " of the remedy in the phraseology of Dr. Skinner. Skinner gave me from time to time a goodly number of these which have remained in one of my notebooks ever since.
It has occurred to me that others might like to have them and I have therefore put them together in Alphabetical order in the first place, and in Schema form next. To these I have added a Repertory so that any one of them can be found in whichever aspect it is looked for.
I have no doubt that many readers will wonder why I have left out their own particular Grand Characteristics, and my reply is an invitation to them to insert them here in their proper places. Dr. Skinner's list was given to me as in no sense comprehensive or exclusive ; they were such as he had found of value, and most of them I have confirmed.
Skinner's term " Grand Characteristics " has the same meaning as Lippe's " Key-notes " and Nash's " Leaders." All indicate a method of simplifying a practice which is often very complicated—that of finding the simile or the simillimum. It is as an aid in that direction that this list of Dr. Skinner's is offered to the Homoeopathic public.

JOHN HENRY CLARKE.

Printed in India


Clarke's selection of key symptoms recommeded as practically useful by his teacher Thomas Skinner. Arranged in three ways: alphabetically, schematically (using repertory style headings) and in a clinical repertory (by condition).

PREFACE
Over half a century ago when I was sitting at the feet of Dr. Thomas Skinner, to whom my friend Dr. John McLachlan, in a recently published article rightly gives a place in the great Quaternary of the Homoeopathic Empyrean—Hahnemann, Hering, Lippe, Skinner—I learned from him many precious bits of practical know¬ledge, most of which will be found in their due place scattered through the pages of my Dictionary of Practical Materia Medico. The best Repertory which any man can possess is that which he can carry in his own head. If practice depended entirely on books the multiplication of these would soon make practice impossible. Fortunately there are many features of homoeopathy which tend to the simplification of practice and none knew this better than Thomas Skinner. When, for instance, we have a feverish patient who turns deadly pale and faints'on any attempt to rise from the horizontal posture, we have no need to make an hour's search in repertories to find the simillimum. The patient is crying out for Aconite. That symptom is a " grand characteristic " of the remedy in the phraseology of Dr. Skinner. Skinner gave me from time to time a goodly number of these which have remained in one of my notebooks ever since.
It has occurred to me that others might like to have them and I have therefore put them together in Alphabetical order in the first place, and in Schema form next. To these I have added a Repertory so that any one of them can be found in whichever aspect it is looked for.
I have no doubt that many readers will wonder why I have left out their own particular Grand Characteristics, and my reply is an invitation to them to insert them here in their proper places. Dr. Skinner's list was given to me as in no sense comprehensive or exclusive ; they were such as he had found of value, and most of them I have confirmed.
Skinner's term " Grand Characteristics " has the same meaning as Lippe's " Key-notes " and Nash's " Leaders." All indicate a method of simplifying a practice which is often very complicated—that of finding the simile or the simillimum. It is as an aid in that direction that this list of Dr. Skinner's is offered to the Homoeopathic public.

JOHN HENRY CLARKE.

Printed in India


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