Genius of Homoeopathy
Close, Stuart

Genius of Homoeopathy
Genius of Homoeopathy

Printed in India, hardback, 280 pages.

Size140 x 220mm
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From the cover:
The Genius of Homeopathy comprises of a series of lectures delivered at the New York Homeopathic Medical College. Close was a student of P.P. Wells and Bernhardt Fincke. This book is one of the clearest statements about the philosophical basis of homeopathic study ever compiled. It does not contain Swedenborgian undertone that Kent brings to the subject. It is written with extreme clarity. In this new second addition, to make the book user friendly, a new font has been used which is bigger in size and is a pleasure to read. We hope this new upgraded book will make the task of students and readers much more easier and interesting.

About the author:
Stuart Close (1860-1929)
Stuart Close was born on November 24, 1860 in Wisconsin, United States. In 1879 while Close was reading law his father died and his mother then remarried to one San Francisco's leading homeopathic practitioners. It was at this point that Dr. Stuart Close thought of studying homeopathy and his stepfather then furnished him with a comprehensive training in Samuel Hahnemann's Organon. In 1885 he graduated from the Medical College of the Pacific. His career is noted for its exactitude according to Hahnemann's principles. The dedication and exactness with which Dr. Close pursued Hahnemann's teachings won him high praise with the latter's followers.