100 Books a Homoeopath Should Read

Author(s) Subhas Singh
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A thoughtful contribution to the world of Homeopathy from Dr. Subhas Singh’s experienced pen for the students and practitioners who are often found struggling with the right selection of books to read. 

A simple presentation enabling readers to get an overview of each book, this compilation throws light on the value that the content of each book adds to a homeopath’s understanding of Homeopathy and his practice. 

Additionally, Dr Subhas Singh has iterated key highlights from the life of the authors of the books enlisted by him. 

The book takes a subject-wise approach to classify the books described inside. It proceeds from books pertaining to Organon of Medicine and Homeopathic Philosophy, Homoeopathic Materia Medica and Repertory and proceeds the illustration with books of Homoeopathic Therapeutics, and History of Homoeopathy giving its readers an all-round panoramic landscape of homoeopathic literature available to a homoeopath. 

Key Features:

  • A Suggestive Compendium of Essential Books that a Homeopath should read to grasp the essence of Homoeopath 
  • Each chapter describes one book in terms of the value it adds to a homeopath’s practice and his/ her understanding of homeopathy as a subject
  • Concise gist of each book is fortified with the life sketch of its author enabling a student to immediately connect with our stalwarts and their writings
  • Classification of the contents of the book into subject wise sections eases the readers’ ability to understand the literature that a particular book would provide.  
  • Life sketches of the author of a book fortify the chapter on its literature thereby enabling the reader to connect well with the book and simultaneously understand how the author might have developed the book.
  • Additionally, author life sketches are important for a student of homoeopathy from an academic point of view. 

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AuthorSubhas Singh