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Causation. Part 2

Posted by Lloyd on May 18, 2012
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The Routine Use of Specifics by Causation

Homeopathy pays special attention to causation when analyzing a case history. Nevertheless the routine use of remedies with a one-sided view of causation can be extremely limited in its scope. Continue reading…

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Causation. Part 1

Posted by Lloyd on May 18, 2012
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Sequential Therapy as Homeopathy Renewed

Causation vs. Symptomatology

One of the first premises of Sequential Theraetiologyapy (ST) is that aetiology is superior to symptomatology. In a sense this is true, as if there is no causation (aetiology) there will be no effects (signs and symptoms). Nevertheless, to separate action (cause) and reaction (symptoms) in practice is not useful as they form two halves which make up a complete whole. Continue reading…

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