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Generationen von Homöopathen haben an Hand der Lectures on Homoeopathic Materia Medica ihr Arzneimittelstudium begonnen und vertieft. Und im Laufe der Jahre schätzt man seine Vorlesungen auf immer wieder neue Art und Weise, weil J.T. Kent seine Arzneivorlesungen überaus kenntnisreich mit seinen praktischen Erfahrungen didaktisch gekonnt verbindet.
Natürlich gibt es das Werk mittlerweile auch in hervorragender deutscher (quellenorientierter) Übersetzung von Rainer Wilbrand.
A course of lectures on 207 remedies delivered at the Post Graduate School of Homeopathics, Philadelphia, where Kent was Dean and Professor of Materia Medica. Kent's expositions of characteristic symptoms conveys lasting impressions of remedy essences. "A must for serious homeopathic practitioners"
Transcribed by his students from the lectures he presented at his Post-graduate School of Homeopathics in Philadelphia. It is reported that he stood with his interleaved and annotated copy of Hering's Guiding Symptoms on the lectern, and talked about the remedy, presenting symptoms from the book, and subjective reports from his own practice.
The transcribed lectures are sometimes seen in archives as a bound collection of typewritten pages. The National Center for Homeopathy has a unique series of his lectures that are hand-written, and while some are nearly identical to the material in the book, others are substantially different. A 2nd edition was printed in 1911, and 3rd edition in 1923, and 4th edition in 1932 and reprinted in 1956.
In 1991, Jay Yasgur and Chris Ellithorp published THE DUNHAM LECTURES- an additional series of lectures on materia medica that Kent delivered as a guest lecturer at the Dunham College in Chicago in 1899.
A valuable series of lectures which should be placed in historical perspective- this material is NOT primary materia medica. It is filtered through Kent and often filtered through Hering before him. The material is wonderful to read and contains many valuable therapeutic hints. Unfortunately, too many use this book as a primary source of materia medica. It isn't.