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SAMUEL HAHNEMANN’S PHILOSOPHY

PHILOSOPHY – SAMUEL HAHNEMANN
Organon Paragraphs 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36,37
30. The human body is more disposed to let its state of health be altered by drugs than by nature.
31. Disease agents do not affect everyone. We fall ill only when susceptible. [SUSCEPTIBILITY]
32. Medicinal agents can affect all people.
33. The body is, therefore, more susceptible to medicinal forces.
34. The artificial disease does not only have to be stronger, but it has to be most similar. [the vital principle is instinctive, unreasoning, and without memory]. Nature cannot cure an old disease by adding a new dissimilar one.
35. Consider when two dissimilar diseases meet in the same person [examples are given in paragraphs 36-40].
36. Old diseases keep away new dissimilar diseases.
37. Chronic diseases are not affected by non-homeopathic treatment.
Beatriz H HillMedicina Homeopática Behhill

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