New second edition. This stimulating book describes the origins of the homeopathic miasms through the eyes of social evolution. It links the aetiology of each miasm to a monumental change in the subjective and objective experience of specific societies. Whilst never leaving the framework of classical homeopathic theory, the author translates the ideas of susceptibility and disease stimulus as well as the law of cure and maintaining causes to entire miasms.
The narrative takes the reader through varied terrain, covering aspects of nutrition, physiology, pathology, social history, religious practices and spirituality, technological advances and more, painting a captivating picture of why miasms developed and how to approach them in homeopathic practice.