[hah-nuh-muh n; German hah-nuh-mahn]
- (Chris·tian Frie·drich) Sam·u·el [kris-chuh n free-drik sam-yoo-uh l; German kris-tee-ahn free-drikh zah-moo-el] /ˈkrɪs tʃən ˈfri drɪk ˈsæm yu əl; German ˈkrɪs ti ɑn ˈfri drɪx ˈzɑ mu ɛl/, 1755–1843, German physician: founder of homeopathy.
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Hahnemann College admits them but has no woman professor or instructor.
Does Hahnemann himself represent Homoeopathy as it now exists?
A disease for Hahnemann consists essentially in a group of symptoms.
This has been recognized, as Hahnemann himself has shown, from the time of Hippocrates.
But there is not the least appearance of any such delicacy on the part of Hahnemann.
- (Christian Friedrich) Samuel (ˈzaːmueːl). 1755–1843, German physician; founder of homeopathy
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Hahnemann(hä′nə-mən, -män′)(Christian Friedrich) Samuel 1755-1843
- German physician and founder of homeopathy. He postulated that medicine produces symptoms in healthy people that are similar to those that it relieves in sick people.
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