I want Microsoft Word to die. I hate Microsoft Word with a burning, fiery passion. Our reasons are, alarmingly, not dissimilar Microsoft Word is a tyrant of the imagination, a petty, unimaginative, inconsistent dictator that is ill-suited to any creative writer's use.
Historical context The concept of "like cures like" may have been suggested by Hippocrates around BC, when he prescribed a small dose of mandrake root to treat mania, knowing it produces mania in much larger doses.
The term "homeopathy" was coined by Hahnemann and first appeared in print in Being sceptical of Cullen's theory concerning cinchona 's use for curing malariaHahnemann ingested some bark specifically to investigate what would happen.
He experienced fever, shivering and joint pain: From this, Hahnemann came to believe that all effective drugs produce symptoms in healthy individuals similar to those of the diseases that they treat, in accord with the "law of similars" that had been proposed by ancient physicians.
Subsequent scientific work showed that cinchona cures malaria because it contains quininewhich kills the Plasmodium falciparum parasite that causes the disease; the mechanism of action is unrelated to Hahnemann's ideas.
These tests required subjects to test the effects of ingesting substances by clearly recording all of their symptoms as well as the ancillary conditions under which they appeared.
Given that there are many orders of magnitude fewer than molecules in the small sample, the likelihood that it contains even one molecule of the original herb is extremely low.
In the Organon, Hahnemann introduced the concept of "miasms" as "infectious principles" underlying chronic disease. If, however, these symptoms were suppressed by medication, the cause went deeper and began to manifest itself as diseases of the internal organs.
Hahnemann believed psora to be the cause of such diseases as epilepsycancerjaundicedeafnessand cataracts. The theory of miasms has been criticized as an explanation developed by Hahnemann to preserve the system of homeopathy in the face of treatment failures, and for being inadequate to cover the many hundreds of sorts of diseases, as well as for failing to explain disease predispositions, as well as geneticsenvironmental factors, and the unique disease history of each patient.
Throughout the 19th century, dozens of homeopathic institutions appeared in Europe and the United States,  and bythere were 22 homeopathic colleges and 15, practitioners in the United States.
Sir John Forbesphysician to Queen Victoriasaid in that the extremely small doses of homeopathy were regularly derided as useless, "an outrage to human reason". Regulation and prevalence of homeopathy According to Paul Ulrich Unschuldthe Nazi regime in Germany was fascinated by homeopathy, and spent large sums of money on researching its mechanisms, but without gaining a positive result.
Unschuld further argues that homeopathy never subsequently took root in the United Statesbut remained more deeply established in European thinking.
In the s, there were only 75 pure homeopaths practising in the U. The main findings of the report were 'there are no health conditions for which there is reliable evidence that homeopathy is effective".
Reactions to the report sparked world headlines which suggested that the NHMRC had found that homeopathy is not effective for all conditions. List of homeopathic preparations Homeopathic preparation Rhus toxicodendron, derived from poison ivy.
Ethanol is listed as being redundantly diluted in alcohol. Homeopathic preparations are referred to as "homeopathics"  or "remedies". Practitioners rely on two types of reference when prescribing: Materia Medica and repertories.
A homeopathic materia medica is a collection of "drug pictures", organized alphabetically. These entries describe the symptom patterns associated with individual preparations. A homeopathic repertory is an index of disease symptoms that lists preparations associated with specific symptoms.
In both cases different compilers may dispute particular inclusions.Question 1: a) Explain how a follower of natural law theory might approach the issues surrounding abortion  b) 'Natural law has no serious weaknesses' Discuss .
In France, John Baptist Say has the merit of producing a very superior work on the subject of Political Economy. His arrangement is luminous, ideas clear, style perspicuous, and the whole subject brought within half the volume of [Adam] Smith's work.
Microsoft Word is a tyrant of the imagination, a petty, unimaginative, inconsistent dictator that is ill-suited to any creative writer's use.
Worse: it is a near-monopolist, dominating the word processing field. Misperceptions and corrections The recent release of Paul Verhoeven's Starship Troopers has led to a lot of online debate concerning the original book.
Some of the participants have made cogent points based on a thorough understanding of both the book in specific and the military in general.
"Table 5, Population of Utah by Race and Sex - ," Faithful Mormon apologist John A. Widtsoe, a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, debunked the more-women-than-men myth, but many members continue to use it. Strengths and weaknesses 1. RS: A2: Ethics: Natural Moral Law Strengths & Weaknesses of Natural LawThe key strengths are: Natural moral law is a simple, universal guide for judging the moral value of human actions and the purposes which Aquinas proposes for human existence are common to all men.