Structuralism and the Plant Kingdom, Volume 1: Monocots
The book catalogues and compares trends which pervade the Botanical hierarchy of families, orders and entire clades and places them into stage tables which are based of the previous work of Dr Scholten (stages) and D. Sankaran (miasms).
In this book I unearth aspects of psychology which can enrich the stage concept with various perspectives and methods, such cluster analysis which have the potential to provide a more quantitative evaluation. This means that the stage concept can be applied to any remedy or case. Another challenge, implicit in any Botanical study of Materia Medica is to integrate any causal relationships between the evolution of botanical function of each of these groups and the symptoms they produce into the remedy pictures.
Stephanie Nile is amongst scientists, researchers, academics and practitioners at the forefront of modern Homeopathic science. Thanks to her broad interest, natural curiosity and profound knowledge of the natural Sciences, she dares to present new and colourful insights into the relationship between plant remedies. - Rumen Stoychev, HomeoHelp
This is the time for developing homeopathic studies which organize all previous approaches to Homeopathy. Her natural powers of intuition and synthesis make her work a very good example of this tendency. My dear Stephanie, in the name of all Homeopath's thanks so much for your excellent work, which for sure, is going to help the whole Homeopathic community. - Jose Mirilli, author of The Thematic Repertory.
- Author: Stephanie Nile
- ISBN: 9789549379266
- 159 pages
- Published in 2010
- Printed in Bulgaria