Homeopathy and “The Progress of Science”

  title={Homeopathy and “The Progress of Science”},
  author={Michael Emmans Dean},
  journal={History of Science},
  pages={255 - 283}
  • M. Dean
  • Published 2001
  • Medicine
  • History of Science
L'A. analyse comment Hahnemann (F.C.S.) tenta de positionner l'homeopathie dans le milieu medical allemand au debut du XIX e siecle 
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