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PHILOSOPHY:
ORGANON OF MEDICINE
The word organon is a Greek word and literary means “implement”
“musical instrument, organ of the body”, or “a tool”.
In English lexis means “An instrument for acquiring knowledge,
especifically a body of principles of scientific or philosophyc
investigation:
In this sense we can simplify the semantics of ORGANON to:
1. A method of scientific investigation
2. an instrument of thoughts
3. A system of logic.
4. Literary work
It also means
5. An organ or system
6. A group of logical requirements for scientific inquiry or
demonstration.
7. Any mayor work of an author which sets down many
fundamental principles in that specific topic.

ORGANON OF MEDICINE
In Greece, the word Organon was first used by Aristotle
(384-312BC) this title “ORGANON” was summed up on the
logic treatise of this philosopher.

Francis Bacon (1561-1626AC) wrote “NOVUM ORGANON”
referring to Aristotle’s Organon, and there the secon time
the word is used as a referral to Atistotle’s work.

Samuel Hahnemann, was influenced by the word ORGANON
because his discovery of homeopathic medical science has
some practical relationship. and he wrote the book in style
of aphorisms which were originally Hippocratic. So Aristotle’s
triatise and the Hippocratic aphorisms gave the ORGANON OF
MEDICINE a new use by Samuel Hahnemann,
making of the ORGANON OF MEDICINE, the basis book
of the principles of homeopathy.
By Beatriz HH for Ilove Homeopathy

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