Thanks for the link. I read though the article rather fast, to get the gist. While i have some objections to system building, which appears from your piece, there is much in there that shows the historical development from alchemy to homoeopathy, as also expressed in my blog about the expasion of the Sensation Method, where i gave a summary of the Doctrine of Signatures. There is no doubt in my mind that Hahnemann had knowledge about Paracelsus' works, although many have postulated that since Hahnemann never mentions him, he must have not known. It must be remembered that already in his time Paracelsus was a disgraced man - evidenced from the fact that he railed so much against the prevalent medical practise, which Hahnemann also condemned. For Hahnemann to have mentioned him would have been scientific suicide.
Indeed scattered throughout his writings we find evidence. In the Lesser Writngs for instance, the theory of organ therapy was postuated by Hahnemann before he discovered homoeopathy, and which was also employed by Paracelsus. In the Organon we find several expressions which are purely alchemical such as in Par. 7. There are quite a few more instances to be found by those familiar with alchemical thinking.
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