Synthesis 9 is a giant step forward in quality and quantity. The repertory work of Boger and Bönninghausen has been integrated as well as several separate repertories. These include Repertories of Boericke, Phatak and Clarke. The structure of the repertory has been streamlined so that hidden information is more easily accessible. Remedies of subrubrics have been copied to the superrubrics for the chapter mind and for all descriptions of pain. Now you have more than 50 % extra information as compared to version 8 of Synthesis. There is a CD included with the Repertory which offers: The Textbook of Repertory Language with, among others: - Extensive information about families - Relationships of remedies - Where to get new remedies - The Companion to Synthesis, which assists you in finding information in Synthesis more easily by listing rubrics with similar meanings or themes - A video where Frederik Schroyens and Will Taylor discuss restructuring Synthesis 9.1 - An empty repertorization grid to repertorize your cases
About the Author:
Frederik Schroyens Dr. Frederik Schroyens was born January 12, 1953 in Mechelen, Belgium. Dr. Schroyens is a 1977 medical graduate of the State University of Gent (Belgium) and a 1978 graduate of the one-year Homeopathic Training Course at the Faculty for Homeopathy in London (MFHom). He can be reached at 31 Muinklaan, 9000 Gent, Belgium.
Book: Synthesis: Repertorium Homeopathicum Syntheticum (Edition 9.1 with CD)
By: Frederik Schroyens
Subtitle: The Source Repertory
Edition: 1st edition
Released On: 2004
Physical Details: xvi+2088p.
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