In this title, Dr. Kishore explains how the repertory evolved, starting with Hahnemann, through Boenninghausen and eventually to Kent. Each repertory is based on a conception as to how to approach a case and to use each repertory with skill it is necessary to know the thinking behind it. This book compares the repertories showing both similarity and differences between the major approaches. The book is a compilation of the history of the birth, growth and development of various homoeopathic repertories. There is detailed mentioning of lesser known repertories and some of the older repertories which are not accessible to most of us for, eg: Jahr's New manual of Symptomencodex; Alien's General Symptom Register of Homoeopathic Materia Medica; and, Field's Card Repertory, etc. The author has given several illustrative examples from his own experience or from our old masters at various places. The author has critically analysed the Boeninghausen's and the Kent's Repertory and has highlighted many shortcomings. He has made various suggestions to improve our repertories. In addition there is a very thoughtful discussion of case taking and evaluation of symptoms.A major part of the book is case examples using the different repertories and illustrating the approach used with each one. This book would be of great value to every homeopath. It features: elaborate discussion on the birth, growth and development of various repertories; enumeration and comparison of various repertories; guidance for proper case taking, evaluation of symptoms and different ways of analysis of the indicated remedies; and, reportorial analysis with case demonstrations.
Evolution of homoeopathic repertories & repertorisation
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